After six hard months of work, we finally made it out on vacation. Michelle and I love to travel, and we decided we would explore the Trans Canada Hwy. We spent a month and a few thousand dollars to upgrade Freedom Freddy, so we were able to get out on the road and explore this beautiful province.
Trans Canada Hwy – Revelstoke & Golden
After a marathon week of renovations and some repairs, and the final installation of the Cubic Mini wood stove into Freddy was ready for her median voyage of the year. Our plan was to head East on the Trans Canada Hwy towards Lake Louis and Banff Alberta. We wanted to spend time exploring the mountains hiking shooting pictures and flying the drone.
We left Merritt late on the afternoon of our first day. Hoping to make it to Salmon Arm on our first night so we could start exploring side roads. We never really stopped anywhere on the way, so we made pretty good time. Our first night was spent in a cute little town called Canoe.
Our next morning we played around on the beach with the drone, trying to get some pictures. We had to fight the fog and smoke from the forest fires that were in the area, though a couple shots worked out. After an hour on the beach, we decided we were going to head off to get to Golden. As we started to drive the idea of stropping for a good coffee started to take over our daily mission. This is how we ended up at the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.
Stop back in next week as we describe the incredible Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. We only had an opportunity to spend the afternoon there, but it was an incredible place with so much to see and experience.