Vern and the Summit Marker: We stopped at the summit of Roger's Pass. There's quite a neat exhibit there.
Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk Home to many different species of birds. The whole walk was a couple of kilometres and a nice way to stretch our legs. We went searching for a bakery in Revelstoke to stop for lunch, and we FOUND one. Custom-made sandwiches and fresh-baked bread. We'll be stopping at the Chalet Bakery again!
I have so many magical memories of this place as a child and it didn't fail to delight this time either.
Singing around the "campfire" (it was actually a propane fire that offered a good substitute in the event of a fire ban).Kamloops Farmers' Market Plenty of fruit, vegetables and...PASTRIES...to be had.The Smorgasbord The deli, greenhouse and fair-trade goods outlet owned by my aunt and uncle.
Christmas in July, complete with Santa...with a red nose? He must have been rubbing noses with Rudolph (?). Possibly also known under the alias "Uncle Jorgen."
Craigellachie, site of the the last spike. It was thirty-five degrees out and there wasn't much to see, unfortunately.
Giant Cedars Boardwalk Another opportunity to stretch our legs and our final major stop on the way home.