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Today we drove south from Penticton through the Oliver wine growing region into the Osoyoos district. From there we turned east and drove along the Canada/US border through old mining areas, Doukhobor village country and towns that housed Japanese internment camps during the second world war.
We stopped at the Castlegar Doukhobor …
... was hitting the White Queen and to our disappointment there were only two entries neither of them being the White Queen :( Anyhoo after a few more minutes we decided to go for it based on our experience from last year.
We got our single ride ticket (20 bucks) and with us still being registered on their system from last year no lengthy paperwork to complete this time. We signed the register putting Williams as our ...
... as I discovered more about his faith.
I also need to thank Paul the 'BuskAlaska' singer/songwriter for allowing us a private gig at the hostel as well as allowing me to enjoy his birthday with him oh and even better push him to go on the local Coop Radio station for an hour to be interviewed and play his music live ... which I sat in on too! An amazing experience.
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... their food. And the greatest think happened while we were in for lunch! It just started puking! All of a sudden, you couldn't see the peaks of the mountain! By the time we got out from lunch there was another few cm fallen. It was a great way to end the day in fresh pow. We definitely all enjoyed our time...but also felt like we cheated on poor Red. It was ...
... with loved ones back home), we soon got on the road.
From Penticton, one takes highway 97 south to Osoyoos. It's a great ride. I kept seeing these strange advertisements at the side of the road (with a sort of Bollywood vibe to them), and once we passed a tractor whose driver was wearing a turban. It turns out there's a large Sikh community in this area. Who knew? (not me!)
As we tooled south, I glanced in my rearview mirror only to notice Shawn's signal was ...