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We have finally arrived into sunshine and no rain! Osoyoos is the only desert in Canada and we parked at a lake surrounded by other RVs and fit people with boats, canoes, paddle boards, mountain bikes etc. We of course being British, firstly went to the Cantina on site for sundowners, then went wine tasing at the local vineyards which were fantastic! Lots of Pinot Noir and Reisling, ...
... and wildflowers is reduced to a charred yard without green and charred trees with some homes still intact (Thank you fire fighters for saving the structures in the midst of raging wildfire) and others burned to the ground… The devastation shows families in distress and many displaced to shelters until it's safe to return home... When hurt or sick we retreat to the safety of our home … what happens when you can’t ...
The area of Okanagan lake is known for dry weather, high temperatures and its fertile soil. Perfect conditions to grow wine! There are around 35 wineries in the area of Osoyoos and Oliver and all of them offer wine tastings. We obeyed the signs Dont drink and drive and borrowed two bikes in Oliver. There is a nice paved road along the river that leads you to the winery area. We visited three wineries and all of them were quite different. ...
... irrigation spray, horses, donkeys and bulls. We forge through tall grasses that feel like they will drag us down but we push valiantly through to easier terrain. I try to take in the beautiful scenery along the river but my eyes are glued to the trail as we bump over shale covered rock cuts, single track fields, and washboard lanes that try to knock me off balance. Tiny Rock Creek offers us fresh organic coffee, delicious, made to ...
... looked directly over Osoyoos lake, so it was on with a pot of coffee and I took my book out onto the terrace and just sat soaking up the morning sun.
This was going to be a chillax day for us so I popped up to the grocery store to get some breakfast bits so that I could tempt Sel to get up by cooking up some proper maple syrup cured bacon. The aroma did indeed awaken ...