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In this week's "Supporting Local Tourism" I was invited to travel to Ancient Hill Winery in Kelowna BC. A smaller...
In this week's "Supporting Local Tourism" I was invited to travel to Ancient Hill Winery in Kelowna BC. A smaller winery location just behind the Kelowna International Airport this winery offers a premier selection of wines.
The winery open 7 days a week from 10:30 am-5:30 pm is family and dog (on leash) friendly. Come and eat on the patio (with a purchase of a glass of wine per adult), enjoy the views and the beautiful architecture!
It is a perfect location and way to support local tourism!

http://ancienthillwinery.com/
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Kathy Castro of Planet Hair and Spa in Merritt BC Canada visits with your host Tania Stewart on Nicola Valley Talk....
Kathy Castro of Planet Hair and Spa in Merritt BC Canada visits with your host Tania Stewart on Nicola Valley Talk. Kathy discusses 25 years operating a busi...
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Matt Stewart - The Bearded Leader - talks with the "Brothers of Tourism" on the EH? Travel Talk Show. Matt is a...
Matt Stewart - The Bearded Leader - talks with the "Brothers of Tourism" on the EH? Travel Talk Show. Matt is a Speaker, Executive Success Coach, Leadership ...
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This week's "Supporting Local Tourism" looks a little bit different.
Instead of visiting one location, I decided...
This week's "Supporting Local Tourism" looks a little bit different.
Instead of visiting one location, I decided we needed to talk about supporting our local restaurants and showcase some of the restaurants in Vernon BC. While I would have liked to have shown them all, as they all need our support at this time, that would be one long video.
Enjoy this week's videos on Supporting our Local tourism by supporting our restaurants and how Vernon BC is helping restaurants at this time!
Restaurants showed:
-Phoenix Steakhouse
-Marten Brewing Co.
-Harry's Fish and Chips
-The Curry Pot
-The Med
-Sweet Hoopla
-Los Huesos
-Bean Scene Coffee House
-Lollipop Lane (In Teach and Learn)
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend! Subscribe today!
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend! Subscribe today!
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend! Subscribe today!
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend! Subscribe today!
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend! Subscribe today!
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend! Subscribe today!
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Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we...
Supporting local tourism is a series created by Miss Tourism World Canada 2021, Samantha Sewell. Showcasing how we can support tourism at a local level, especially during COVID-19. New episodes every weekend!
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Oh Alberta - a province with two faces. Coming from the East one enters the last of the Prairie provinces. A big...
Oh Alberta - a province with two faces. Coming from the East one enters the last of the Prairie provinces. A big part of Alberta is still vast, a bit more hilly, cattle and crop country.

But wait...what's that? Oil rigs, countless like mushrooms in the forest can be seen everywhere - in the midst of fields.
Well, not pretty but you get used to it. But then, the other face - the mountains, mighty mountains.

Before you reach Edmonton and if you follow TGT/TCT, you will have to conquer the Iron Horse Trail. Let me tell you...this is a nightmare. The small villages along make a sad impression. They slowly die. This trail could have a huge potential if it would be maintained and kept in a state, cyclists could actually cycle it. Families with their kids on bikes could go on it. But...the reality is different.
Check out following link of two other cyclists, riding the trail and taking a different branch of it. The trail splits at some point but the experience is the same.

http://bikebikeblog.blogspot.com/2020/09/critique-of-albertas-iron-horse-trail.html

Edmonton is big and has a good cycling network through parks and predominantly along the river. What you also see are huge industry complexes. Kind of impressive.

The Badlands are breathtaking, especially the Red Deer River Valley. Don't miss out Drumheller and the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology and once you are there - The Hoodoos.
All of that and more I feature in my latest video. Well, not the mountains. I am not there yet (virtually), hehe.

Enjoy!
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Interview with Rolf Hicker, wildlife and nature photographer and filmmaker, on the EH? Travel Talk Show, with the...
Interview with Rolf Hicker, wildlife and nature photographer and filmmaker, on the EH? Travel Talk Show, with the Brothers of Tourism. Rolf shares with us hi...
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Community round table panel talks about their unique internet marketing program called Experience Nicola Valley and...
Community round table panel talks about their unique internet marketing program called Experience Nicola Valley and why it won a national and provincial 202...
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Joseph Rosendo is an author, journalist, motivational speaker, educator, role model and is the TV Host to the Emmy...
Joseph Rosendo is an author, journalist, motivational speaker, educator, role model and is the TV Host to the Emmy Award Winning Travel Show called Travelsco...
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Good d'eh,

the journey continues. With that new episode I am entering the Canadian province of Saskatchewan...
Good d'eh,

the journey continues. With that new episode I am entering the Canadian province of Saskatchewan (SK). A boring province in the Prairies. The roads are just straight, dusty, endless with nothing interesting left or right.
Well...not quite. Most people just drive through SK on the Trans-Canada Highway, which apparently is quite boring. Many Trans-Canada cyclists choose this route too. Why? I really don't know, because if you take the scenic route (a.k.a. Trans-Canada Trail / The Great Trail) SK has a lot to offer. OK, some improvements have to be done on the trail, but apart from that...

...various Provincial Parks look and feel like oases in the dry Prairie landscape. The sky is endless, the land anyway. Many "Cathedrals" can be found in small, charming villages.

And...let me present my personal, favourite view of my Trans-Canada trip. I already spoiled it with the thumbnail of my video below. But there is more to see.

Enjoy!
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Sydney van Rensburg of the Merritt Golf & Country Club is talking golfing, youth programs, opening day, and the 2021...
Sydney van Rensburg of the Merritt Golf & Country Club is talking golfing, youth programs, opening day, and the 2021 opportunities to play golf in the Nicola...
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We are talking bird tourism and birdwatching on the Great Trail with Bird scientist, Sonya Richmond on Canada's EH?...
We are talking bird tourism and birdwatching on the Great Trail with Bird scientist, Sonya Richmond on Canada's EH? Travel Talk Show with the Brothers of Tou...
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Chris Flynn, CEO of the World Tourism Association of Culture and Heritage, dons an "eh Canada" baseball cap and...
Chris Flynn, CEO of the World Tourism Association of Culture and Heritage, dons an "eh Canada" baseball cap and sends us a video message to share with you gu...
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From Winnipeg I went South all the way to the US border on the "Crow Wing Trail". A historical trail but very...
From Winnipeg I went South all the way to the US border on the "Crow Wing Trail". A historical trail but very difficult to ride, nevertheless interesting. At the border, which is only a ditch, I turned West and went through a part of Manitoba, where you still can find German heritage and people speaking a German dialect, which is impossible for me to understand. Crazy, isn't it?
I went on and off The Great Trail, for it was partly a torture and not worth the effort. However, I went through the same region as the trail, therefore I did not miss anything. And that is the main reason I am doing this. The trail is a guide into regions less travelled.

The trail runs North after a while, crosses the Trans Canada HWY. I felt like being in those "frog-crosses-road" games, trying to find a gap to cross that busiest four lane HWY Canadas.
Long stretches of just straight dirt roads and some more unmaintained old rail trails. I skipped a part of the trail in order to visit Riding Mountain National Park, definitely worth a detour. I met incredibly friendly people and crossed into Sasketchewan on the scenic Crocus Trail.

Link to the overview map of my route:
https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=19HGeuwywfxIG7hsWxz1Pdj8HcnoYfpK8&usp=sharing
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