Delta Sun Peaks Resort
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Sun Peaks is a purpose-built alpine village, so very quiet in summer save for the extreme bikers, and those looking for quiet. Nice, heated pool in the hotel and all got drenched by a short deluge in the evening. More than half the retail stores are closed and some look vacant.
Morning coffee and muffins at the base of the hill before …
Stand at the base of Mount Robson enroute to Sun Peaks. After dinner enjoy this evening's highlight: a historic insight into the fur trading industry and life as a pioneer.
We left Whistler reasonably early this morning and we were on the road all day to arrive in Sun Peaks at around 5pm - not much time to look around the town and only staying the one night in the hotel before leaving early in the morning. Still lots of icy snow around so it's wonderful to see the difference in the scenery from my previous visit in …
... hours away from Kamloops cause the drive had wiped me out, mostly the first 4 hours. Zonked right out and awoke 30 minutes later feeling very revived.
Got to the hotel and then zoomed downtown to check it out. Was a little bit of light left, so parked the car and walked around. Had a bite, then back to the hotel for a hot tub - oh yeah!!!!!
Bit of blogging, research for ferry schedule and maybe take in a movie. Sweet dreams all
... the mountains are still nice, they're not quite as pretty as when we were in Golden, or Canmore. They seem to have fewer trees on them, and as we are into dryer areas they are covered with dry brown grass. Not quite as nice to look at, but still very impressive mountains.
We had a nice dinner at a Mexican restaurant, and we actually found a place that would develope Mike's film!!! That's right! That means that there ...