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... lunch at Cranbrook Tim Hortons.
12.30 - through Moyie
1.30 - through Creston
2.10 - Kuskanook Rest Area
3.10 - ice cream at Mojo's while waiting for ferry from Kootenay Bay
3.30 - onto the ferry to Balfour
4.10 - arrive at Balfour
4.30 - arrive at Motel - Kokanee Glacier Motel.
Going to Nelson for dinner and back to sit on the balcony sipping cocktails and taking in the uninterrupted ...
... Nelson’s lovely setting and active arts community would be a good place to make this change in her life at this time. She was an appropriate person for me to meet today given my overall purpose for this journey, and my “sermon” in yesterday’s blog update. In fact, she commented to me that I seemed to be quite “optimistic and full of life”, to which I replied that my sabbatical must ...
... little further. Lots of cherry orchards in the area. We had a picnic lunch at a delightful rest area at Kipp creek. Finally, we found a spot with trees, flowers, picnic tables and a creek nearby! From there we took Hwy 3A up the east side of Kootenay Lake. What a beautiful drive and, in our minds, rivals the sea to sky hwy. Yes, we passed by the Glass House, constructed using 500,000 square-shaped embalming fluid bottles and ...
... 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 ...
... transmitters (see picture) we headed up the Silver King lift.
The hiking track started just 10m from the top of the lift so Mark put skins onto his skis and Jeff strapped on some snowshoes and we headed off the piste directly up the hill into the trees.
It took us just over an hour to reach the summit of the White Queen following a pre cut track (thank god) through the woods. It always feels so good ...