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... and in no time was taking off and flying over the city! She captured some great aerial shots of Vancouver and even saw a whale!
After 20 minutes we spotted her plane again and watch it descend onto the water with ease having completed her first seaplane flight! Well done Lee moose, we were very proud of you!
... some subway breakfast. It was fun to navigate the Terry in down town Salmon Arm. A little further down the road I made Bo stop at the last spike site of the CPR at 9am. Again I can't boost enough about the Gypsy Guide. Until our unplanned prolonged stop in Golden which I will get to, we have yet to turn on the radio or resorted to DVD. And without the guide I wouldn't have realized the historic significance of the site. We had a hiccup in the ...
... around her first carpark, but did really well.
Jenny rang Lynne and she was just leaving with Katie, and were not far behind us. They did pass us and thought we were going far too slow to stay with us.
We drove straight to Lynne's. It was wonderful to be back in Kamloops. The view from her house is still the same. You can see over the whole valley. Looks great. Lynne fed us and we then went to bed for our first night in our new home. As we ...
... 8211; a Travelodge in Chilliwack. The Canadian Travelodge is slightly better than the English equivalent despite being similarly priced. We had a double room with separate seating area, two TVs, a coffee machine, use of a swimming pool, hot tub, and gym, plus free breakfast in the morning.
We stayed as long as we could in the hotel before finishing the drive to the port in Vancouver, heading for Vancouver Island.
... and a large dining hall. The stop was a popular stop because of its location next to the Illecillewaet Glacier and all the hiking through the beautiful Selkirk Mountains. The railway faced constant avalanches on this stretch through the Selkirk Mountains, many of them deadly when they hit trains as happened in 1910. Even the slide shelters built over the railway could not completely protect the trains, not to mention the ...