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Cafe Mojo is situated at the Ministry of Transportaion's ferry dock in Kootenay Bay. If you are travelling to Nelson or Creston via Highway 3A, you'll catch the boat or get off the boat here. Kootenay Bay is about fifty very winding, slow miles (79 km) from Creston. So westbound or eastbound, I'd suggest a stop to relax and have a coffee.
Here you'll get the real Kootenays -- this place could be right out of somewhere in California in 1969. The 60s live on in the Kootenays (which is where many a Vietnam-era draft dodger found a home). Now the hippies' children run the show. Don't expect quick service here...but if you were in a rush, you wouldn't be taking the Kootenay Lake ferry anyway. Do expect a good espresso, croissant and some entertaining local characters.
Favorite Dish: Java. Need java to stay awake. Must stay awake to keep Jeep off Jersey barrier.
Updated Jun 29, 2003
Address: Highway 3A at Kootenay Bay ferry dock.
Favorite thing: In the early days, the Kootenay River was often prone to flooding this lush, fertile valley. After creating miles of dykes, the river is now confined to a more stable course and the 25,000 acres of the valley is now a very productive area for grain and market gardens, mainly orchards and farm produce.
Updated Apr 18, 2006