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When we woke we looked outside saw several elk grazing through the campground. They were all very close by and seemed very comfortable being around people. As we drove through the north end of the park we saw more elk and also a small herd of pronghorn antelope. This route took us through Gardiner Montana. This is a small and very western looking town. It was what I pictured Cody would be like and ...
... and we caught sight of a few deer munching on some fallen peaches. We stalked them for a bit and saw a couple of babies in the group, they were so cute. We then headed back home for some dinner.
Bobbie and Duncan put on a massive vegan spread for Dan and I and it was awesome. She had looked up some recipes and taught me a thing or too. Some of the fresh veggies from the garden were cooked up nicely on the BBQ and added to the ...
... kiwi boys josh and Marcus that we originally met in Vancouver. Steph also come with Allana and I and the boys. I bought 4 new shirts and stocked up some groceries. Allana and I always go halves, $160 should last is a while. Went to Raakels the other night for Wednesday wings nights and go on it. Jess Leckie was in fine form starting the moral off with her nek nomination haha. Great night ...
... lap of the main street we continued onto Fauquier which was the next ferry crossing. We had been following Arrow Lake for nearly all of this trip and there were many campgrounds and lodges along the foreshore. The water temperature was reasonable and you could see how this would be busy in summer. We stopped at the general store in Fauquier and bought the best loaf of fresh frozen bread they had. The conversation here was the most interesting part as ...
Our first stop on the Moose bus to Kelowna was (insert drum roll)...a waterfall! Forgive my lack of excitement but I have seen plenty of waterfalls on this trip. Bridalveil falls is a fairly common name for waterfalls, as many of the look like bridal veils (which pretty much reflected how I felt). It was a short 5 minute walk to reach the new falls with our new moose crew (2 additional Aussies, 1 Irish and 1 British) after loosing two previous ...