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Jul 31, 2014 - Update from USA

It's been 11 days since our last update and a lot has happened to us. We left Seaside Oregon after 5 wonderful days, relaxing in our condo at a resort named Gearhart on the Sea. This place is about 5 minutes from Seaside but a whole different world. seaside is very busy and reminds us of a 1950 USA resort with a carousel and fun zone, it's also the final point in the Lewis and Clark expedition across USA. Gearhart in comparison is quiet with a small village and some spectacular beach homes made from timber that has now been bleached grey,...

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Nov 4, 2012 - Osoyoos to Wild Horse Casino RV in Pendleton, Oregon

We left our home in Osoyoos on Sunday, November 4th at 9:18am. Our original plan was to leave on November 8th, but the weather was so good, that we decided to leave while the roads were dry. When we go to the USA border, we had two really nice border patrol ladies who checked our rig and then let us go. That was at 9:30am. That's one of the nice things about living near the border. It was a beautiful autumn day. The trees were glistening in the sun light. Yellows, oranges, greens and reds. We drove south on Hwy 17 which turned into Hwy...

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Jun 6, 2012 - Crossing the border

Crossed the border this morning into BC. Drove up through Oliver ( the wine capital of Canada) Beauitful countryside. Stopped for the day at Brookside RV in Cache Creek. Haven't seen the sun since leaving AZ. It's been raining off and on during the drive today.

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Trip Journal

Alaska Trip 2012

Jun 3, 2012 - Osoyoos, BC

May 31 This morning we started our drive north. It felt good to be in Leavenworth for several days after our long drive to get here. Nevertheless, we were anxious to get to our next destination in Osoyoos, British Colombia for the Escape Rally. On our way north we drove past some pretty areas. We followed the Columbia River for miles. There are vineyards and orchards (apple and cherry) in this part of Washington. Unfortunately, it was cloudy, so we couldn’t get the full impact of the beautiful scenery. We stopped at the international...

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Oct 19, 2011 - Thanksgiving and beyond

Well, it's been awhile since I've visited this here site. A couple of reasons for this. First not much was happening before Thanksgiving, and then we were tied up with Jenn for a bit. I do have a warning however - one that needs to be heeded - and one I didn't want to share before we got back for fear of catching hell while at home. You know those patio mats people use when RV'ing? Well they can be very hazardous if left in the basement of your RV next to a light that isn't set to turn off when the door is closed. Yes, we found this out the...

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Aug 16, 2011 - I don't like spiders and snakes.....

Stop number two on the road trip was Osoyoos, where we planned on more cycling and some sampling of the areas great wines. We made our way there via highway #3, essentially driving just North of the Canada/US border until we reached this little desert town at the South end of the Okanagan valley. First stop was on our way into town at the N'Kmip winery where we found a tasty Dry Riesling. Then we were off to Buc's Bed & Brew, a great little B&B with friendly hosts, delicious breakfasts and a not so warm swimming pool, where we hung out for...

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Sep 7, 2010 - On our way to the Oregon Coast

Up and and ready to go by 8 am. It is cool, cloudy and damp but we're not discouraged...dreaming only of crashing waves and endless ocean views. Off we go...our mileage out was 27,465 miles. We cleared U.S. Customs at 8:45; with only a few questions and a brief look inside the motorhome by a Customs Officer, and we were on our way down Hwy 97. We gassed up in Oroville, spending $72.01, on 21.96 gallons at $3.28/gallon. We stopped in East Wenatchee to walk and water the dogs before turning onto Hwy 90. We passed hundreds of windmills...the...

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Jul 28, 2010 - July 28th, Osoyoos, BC

July 28th, Osoyoos BC, The names of some of there towns, wow. We drove 289 miles today. The land has been mostly farm land. The last 50 miles have been fruit farming. Cherries,apricots,peaches. and grapes for wine. Locals have fruit trees and vineyards in their front yards. We haven't seen wildlife in a few days. We were caught in a traffic jam this afternoon for 1 hr 25 minutes. Picture are included today.

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Aug 29, 2009 - GLAM-PERS..that's us!!

. We are now on the downhill side to the end of our 2009 vacation. The last two days have been sunny and warm. Lows of 12-15 and highs of about 35. We have spent the days around the campsite and at the beach. In the town of Osoyoos, there is a Home Hardware Store that seems to do a booming business. They sell everything from nuts and bolts, pots and pans, gardening items, and beach items. We always make a few trips to this Home Hardware when we are in Osoyoos. It is fun just to wander around the store and see what is on the...

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Aug 25, 2009 - winding down in Osoyoos, B.C.

. I just finished reading our friends journal entry today and Mary had two pictures of sayings that deserved to be shared. These new friends are in Cheyenne, Wyoming, on their way slowly to the state of Kansas. These two plaques are located in Lions Park. Their journal address is http://bullwinklestravels.blogspot.com/. If you get a chance go along for their ride. "If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking. Angels whisper to a man when he goes for a walk. -Raymond Inmom" "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life...

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Aug 23, 2009 - company's coming for dinner!!!

. A quiet Sunday around our campsite except for the wind blowing..but we are getting use to the breeze!!. The temperature today was about 26 degrees and with the wind it was a bit chilly by the water. Our usual chores were done in the morning..groceries, vacumming and cleaning and then it was off to our favourite dog beach for the Tuckmiester. He had a great time running up and down the beach, chasing his bouy and playing "keep away' with his new dog friends. Ron and Karen {Doug's brother and his wife} from Keremeos, B.C. came for dinner...

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Aug 21, 2009 - Oscar is on the mend!!

. The last couple of days have been pretty quiet and we have been relaxing and enjoying our vacation time. Afternoons were spent at Haynes Point Provincial Park. The temperature has been between 34-39 degrees. Today was very windy 23 kilometers an hour with gusts of 40 coming from the north. The awning is now put away and the cover is off the canopy. At least we will have a restful night not worrying if things are going to blow away. In my last entry I had mentioned that my parents were having RV repair issues. The problem is now on the...

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