Super 8 Motel Kamloops
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... soon clear but it turned out the fog was only up there and not down in the valley.
It was a bit misty and foggy on the high parts of the Duffy Lake Road but otherwise the weather was great. I intended to get petrol in Lillooet but you actually only go through the very tip of the town, so I kept driving. I was lucky as there was a service station on the Indian reservation that was quite good.
There is so much spectacular scenery ...
... The river is 1400 kms long.
Passed towns and noted petrol is $1.40 per gallon. makes it quite cheap.
The country changed to very arid and bare looking with the train right on the edge of the Thompson river. Travelled along edge of lake Kamloop for 25 kms before arriving in the town (about 90,000 people) although does not feel big at ...
... was faultless and the staff were friendly and fun.
As the train came closer to Kamloops the scenery changed and the vegetation and climate changed to semi arid. Kamloops is on the junction of the North and South Thompson Rivers and the name derives from the Shuswap First Nation word meaning 'meeting of the waters'.
We arrived in Kamloops at about 6.30p.m. And were transferred to our ...
... was bright and was a lovely finish for the day. Kamloops started out as Fur trading post, then came the gold and timber after that, rail and then farming/beef.
Kamloops is Canada's only desert, you can tell by the salt bush about, and because the guide mentioned it. It is a green desert.30 C degrees last week.5 C degrees today.
Wonder what tomorrow will bring? Lots of pictures for those of you hanging out! Lol xx ...
... in Vancouver tomorrow night.
The morning was quite cool, but it was about 34 degrees by the time we got to Kamloops (which is an Anglicised version of a First People word which means 'two rivers joining'.
The journey was quite pleasant and the time passed quickly and we were entertained by the attendant. We shared our carriage with ...