Trip Start Jan 01, 2007
116Trip End Dec 31, 2007
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What a beautiful campground - it's on the south end of Cultus Lake, which is also a Provincial Park with lots of campgrounds - very busy during this week of Canada Day (July 1 for you of the non-Canadian persuasion!). The entrance to the campground is a beautifully landscaped par-3 golf course, complete with a 10th hole little "fully licensed" cafe - which means they have an alcohol license. Although there is only one very-large swimming pool - it is such a wonderful place to swim - surrounded by very tall very green mountains.
Only here for a couple of days, we didn't plan to do much, but took a drive through the Fraser River Valley - which is home to many BIG farms and much of the agriculture that feeds the area
We got some grocery shopping done, as we had run ourselves out of most of the meat and fresh vegetables in our fridge before attempting to cross the Border into Canada. It all depends on the agent, I guess - we've heard of them boarding the RV's and taking all the uncooked meat from the freezers. We've never had a difficult experience, but it's easier to know you don't have anything to worry about.
It was a nice surprise that our campground had free wi-fi, and we were parked close enough to the lodge that we could get online from our coach, so I'm able to do some updating as it occurs, instead of having to play catch-up next week!