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We left Kelowna heading towards Nelson on Highway 33. The forecast was for 36 degrees and we left early and thank goodness we did. It was a lovely scenic ride and I have to say the riding in British Columbia has been phenomenal. We stopped in the town of Greenwood at the Deadwood Cafe they have a lot of woodwork for sale ...
... adventure is my friend Tania. I imagine I will be mentioning her in this blog a lot lol.
I'll try to blog fairly often - but who knows. I may end up "catching up" on my blogging from time to time. I promise most of my blog entries will be more exciting than this one - I just thought I would write a trial entry.
The pics below are of some Thai Baht (which I just picked up from the bank - 20, ...
... Jen and Hanna. I hung out with them for a
while while enjoying their continental breakfast. I also took Shima
for a walk and explored some of the neighborhoods around the city.
It truly is a pretty city. I could live there except for the fact
that the winters would be unbearable I think....at least for me.
After I got back we all decided to take a walk to grab some lunch.
The day before I had grabbed a slice of pizza at this place “Thors”
... here for the night. There was a major landslide in Johnson's Landing not far from Kaslo that was dominating people's minds at the time. A number of houses got buried and 3 or 4 people died. On the Friday 13th we arrived in Nelson. We were very curious about Nelson as this is where our friends Mike & Steph have chosen to settle. We arrived a day earlier than when they would return from a trip. ...
... below under the highlights of this part of the trip.
From New Denver I travelled to a town with a thriving artistic community: Kaslo. Leaving Kaslo I passed Mirror Lake. I did not stop but it looked like a great place to go swimming and camping. There were many families with small children.
Final stop of the day was at one of the "Best Small Town Arts Communities in North ...