Super 8 Motel Kamloops
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... We had them for dinner last night coated in sugar. Apparently Penny's mum used to make them.
Jenny and myself went to the sport store and I bought a pair of runners. I have been having trouble with my feet hurting and really only have my boots which are comfortable.
Jenny went back to Penny's and I went for a drive to Sun Peaks. It was such a beautiful day weather wise everywhere was beautiful. It was very quiet up ...
... world to live, "Eh". And also why hunting moose was a religious experience. He completely took us under his wing and even rejected the 2 ladies he was courting on the river banks to tell us his stories and keep us refreshed from his cooler box. That's just how nice Carla and I are apparently. Anyway many hours and Budweisers later Reece Tremblay, having enriched our lives with his fantastic philosophy on living, stumbled into the sunset.....Bring on ...
... and we finally arrived into Vancouver. We were wishing we had another day as it was so enjoyable but I guess all good things must come to an end.
On the trip we also met some interesting and fun people from all walks of life.
We we were transferred from the train by bus to our hotel and went for a walk around some of Vancouver and on first viewing we were very impressed with the city.
... the station. Saved!! Rocky Mountaineer (RM) train is 2,958 ft - over 1/2 mile long. We weigh over 2,500 tons with 694 passengers on board. We are carrying cars that will go into storage at Kamloops and cars that will go on another route after Kamloops. Kamloops is the main hub for RM. Vancouver train station was amazing. A pianist playing a grand piano greeted us and a bagpiper played while we exited the station and boarded the train. As we left the station, ...
... go to Paul Lake Provincial Park out of Kamloops with the idea of letting Torston finally have an opportunity to get out on a lake with one of our inflatable kayaks.
West of Revelstoke is the divide between the Columbia and Thompson Rivers, so we were traveling along the Thompson River today. The scenery along this leg of our trip was lush and green, but less forested than along the Columbia. It got warmer ...