Super 8 Kamloops BC
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... little north and went through Lake Louise. Pity we couldn't have stopped off for our group photo. Everything would have been magical this morning! Sunrise reflection on the glacier and a walk around the lake.
The second river was the 'Kicking Horse'. We keep hearing stories about an early explorer named Hector and his horse kicking him. Hence the naming of a river and pass etc.
Third was the Columbia and the fourth ...
... No, this flag is made out of wood, telephone poles, cement blocks and metal. Seriously. The colors (colours?) of the maple leaf are heated onto enamel. The flag is designed to withstand 35 tons of wind pressure. Quite the feat of engineering, it resides on the list of Canada’s large roadside attractions.
From Falkland, it’s only 50 miles to Kamloops, where we turn in our Harleys, and discover ...
... Lots of sagebrush. A couple of bear sightings and bighorn sheep. They are outside of view much more quickly due to train speed so you have to be quick. Curtis, Jordan, Shino, and Jasneet have taken very good care of us on this trip. They have certainly fed us well. Today we are on second seating so we are awaiting a wine and cheese serving while first seating is at ...
... out every day till 9 or 10 at night. The net result of this is we both need a rest from the hectic non-stop travelling. Luckily for us we predicted this and in a few days we should have just that when we have a week on a beach. But, before all that we have to get there!!
The drive to Kamloops started off very pleasant, apart from the persistent rain (we got lucky with our timing to leave). We drove along Highway 16 out of the Rockies passing ...
... variety of the same at home, but we don't see anything past Weetbix! It was interesting to see food labelled in French as well as English. Noticed on frozen octopus "jeune" in the French text. That caught my eye as Phil and Jan live in Jeune Drive. Have you ever checked the name out Phil? Interesting.
Ron works in the bush driving heavy machinery building logging roads, even through the winter. In various areas pine trees ...