Day 293- 294 – June 9th – 10th, 2017
Vernon, British Columbia
Kekuli Bay Provincial Park
One last visit with friends
Our friends, Alan and Christina, that we had met in Kelowna had hoped to join us this week, but weren’t able to make it up to the Shuswap, so we decided to head down and spend a night where they were staying.
Kekuli Bay is on Lake Kalamalka, just south of Vernon and goes down definitely as our favourite B.C. Provincial Parks. We could see why they loved it and the ares so much ! The park was situated on a hill and was tiered so everyone had a view of the lake !
We arrived to a rainbow !
We got to see Chloe and get some dog loving !
We had a great dinner together and after dinner sat outside and watched the sunset !
And had a wood burning campfire, a rarity for Rick and I, as we usually use our fire ring
Even as we went to bed, the sky was still impressive
We got up the next morning and did a nice hike along an old rail bed, beside Kalamalka Lake
Christina and I had become fast friends, we had lots in common and really connected
The Falls were beautiful
As was the lake
It was a great trail and we had only walked a small portion of it.
So nice to be hiking in bright sunshine for a change instead of a forest
While we had been out hiking Rick had been busy on one of his projects. Alan and Christina also have a blog of their RV Adventures called Bear’s Groove and Rick wanted to make them a sign. They loved it !
One of the best things about traveling is the friends you make along the way, one of the hardest things about traveling is having to say good-bye too soon, when there is so much fun still to be had !
We would have loved to stay longer but we had to get back up the Shuswap as it was Friday and Ruth & Richard were meeting us up at Scotch Creek to spend a few days RVing with us.
$32 – Dry Camping – No Services
Low – 31
High – 12