Houseboating & The Burner!

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Have you ever passed this bar/restaurant on your way to Sicamous?



On the patio at The Burner
 James has ALWAYS wanted to dine at "The Burner" 10 minutes east of Sicamous, BC and we finally got a chance last Friday on our way out to a houseboating extravaganza. It was a WILD and CRAZY time!!! One of the best weekend getaways we have EVER had. This restaurant is right off of the highway and is a tribute to the forestry industry of Canada being that it was once a fully operational sawmill waste burner. Inside is really impressive than I expected with pine furnishings and spacious sitting space. We chose a spot on the patio and were impressed with our meals from this bar and grill. Here is what we had:



Two of our dates split the spring rolls for $8.95 and it was a good thing they did. Look how many of them there are! Big bowl o' spring rolls. Probably too many really but the carrot sticks and presentation were cute.



Another great big portion of chicken fingers and home cut fries which are made in house. Luckily they were splitting these too! A meal fit for a king holy.



Sunning it up on the patio. What a HOT and gorgeous day!



James ordered the turkey, bacon and guacamole wrap and raved about it. The guac looked really good and all for $10.95



This is the Greek wrap with a ton of rice, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, olives and tzatziki sauce



I ordered the "Burner Yorkies" which were Yorkshire puddings with roast beef, gravy and horseradish. Maybe not the BEST meal before being in a bikini for 4 days straight but hey... They looked delicious!



I got my greens in with a side Greek salad for $5.95. This was super yummy!
Houseboating was SO much fun!!! Have you ever been before? This was my third time and I even went on a houseboat for my stagette. What gets better than a party on a boat?! For the REALLY crazy costumes click HERE!



Photo credit: Cary Olson Photography



Photo credit: Cary Olson Photography



Photo credit: Cary Olson Photography



Photo credit: Cary Olson Photography



Photo credit: Cary Olson Photography



Photo credit: Cary Olson Photography
Did I mention this was our theme?!:

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