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... Brothers' house, and mission barn of the original mission, they have also relocated and restored two period homes and a blacksmith shop from the area.
Mid-afternoon, we drove to Ken and Wendy's beautiful house on the 10th green of one of two golf courses in their gated community that sits above Kelwona.
We then got in the Lynches' Jeep and drove further up the mountain to walk and check out a part of the Myra Canyon railway - a ...
... and visit and also said we were welcome to stay there once David was discharged.
Donna was out for the evening. It was a blessing that they were actually at home, so we spent 4 days with them - I had a great visit with Donna, my highschool friend and David slept it off.
This was the end of our cycle trip - the next one we had planned will have to wait for another time. Maybe we should think about shortening the distances?!?
... a walk. The houses are huge, beautifully decorated for Christmas and all 'match'. It's a lovely area.
Check out the photo that shows the hedge belonging to a house across the road. Deer run wild and you can see where they eat the hedge - but only as far as they can reach. Apparently there's also coyotes in the forest behind the house. And bears...?!
Later today Kim took us for a drive ...
... gear for her but hired the skis and boots. We borrowed a second pair of skis from Johnathon, one of my Massage clients but unfortunately they were a bit too long for her. So we stuck with the rentals. I spent until lunchtime in bed, so Bree and Steph took Amelia out for a ski. I was unable to get work off so I went in at 1.00pm to treat, not a fun time at work, don't think Leanne understood how sick I was. Think she thought I must have partied hard and was crook from that. ...
... campground, which was literally in a lady's backyard! It was so nice, there was only about 8 sites but each had fresh flowers and easy access to the chicken coop to pick eggs each morning. Leslie, the lady who owned the farm had a huge vegetable garden as well for us to pick and collect veggies for lunch and dinner. We even got to eat the eggs we had taken from the coop that morning!
Kelowna is known for their wineries and we sure went to a lot ...