Monday, September 23 2019- what a great sleep! Over 9 hours. Unheard of at home.
We had a very relaxing and lazy morning with no plans to go anywhere. Our only goal was to do a tour around the resort grounds and go for a dip in the hot springs later. I wish my home life plans were so simple.
The resort grounds are set in lovely woods with the Upper Arrow Lake in front and the Monashee Mountains across the lake west.
We found a lovely chapel on the grounds and spent some time taking photographs there. There were two gravesides beside a lovely brook. Peaceful.
Next, we carried on around the north part of the resort and found some lovely spots including moss covered slopes and a playground.
The flowers were beautiful here as well as the landscaping.
We then walked over to the south part of the resort where we found the “Nomads” cabin for CMH and the path down to the lakeside trail where we sat and enjoyed the view. This is also the launch point for the water sports area in summer. There was not much action presently!
A lovely staircase led us back to our cabin where we sat and relaxed from our “strenuous” walk.
We had arranged dinner earlier for the following three nights at 7 PM. Dinner was amazing yet again. Anna decided she would only have whatever was on special each night as they varied each night and they were always fantastic. The service was so quick and friendly.
I took a few pictures of the hot spring pools from the upper deck after dinner.
We retired back to our cabin for a hand crafted G&T nightcap made with Dingle gin acquired during our recent Ireland trip in June 2019 (a Dingle got my baby… we laughed uproariously over this quip) and listened to the patter of rain on our quaint little A-frame. Our eyes drifted closed. Another brilliant, relaxing day. We could feel the batteries recharging!