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... reduced the chance of paint
scratches when strategically employed.
Once again we headed out just before noon. The views along highway 3 are beautiful. We saw less and less snow, denser tree growth, small streams and lakes glistening under the clear blue sky and sunshine today. After an hour of driving we decided to stop in a pullout for lunch. Don managed to miss all the ones with great views ...
... 8217; Dave arrived at the ferry terminal absolutely wiped out from the previous hour’s drive, but fortunately it would be another hour or so before the next ferry across the lake so I had a chance to stretch my legs a bit and regroup.
As it turned out, it was a good thing I arrived as early for the next ferry as I did; because not all the vehicles waiting were able to fit onto that next trip, and quite a ...
... resemble a small castle. We passed by the Gray Creek store which looked like fun, built in 1913 and continuing to be operated by the founder's son (a hundred years later, so we can only speculate as to the current owner's age!) Their motto is " if we don't have it, you probably don't need it." Unfortunately, we had to rush to catch the ferry, so we couldn't stop to visit either spot - but we'll do so next time. We enjoyed ...
... of yet another clothing layer we started the final ascent to the summit with frequent stops to take in our surroundings. Prairie dog Townley continued to sniff out new routes on the way up for either another day this year or for when we return which for sure we would.
Once on the summit we quickly converted our gear to downhill mode, got the obligatory summit snap and looked around for a good drop in. Mark ...
... br> By my spirit, words and actions encourage others to travel the world in peace
Ok folks just one final thing to mention, I awoke on Saturday morning to a strange disturbance in the hostel kitchen, a trespassing male was resisting arrest from a police officer. Having witnessed some of the struggle I ended up visiting the local station that afternoon to make a statement ... life sure is diverse in Nelson!