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... where we tried a delicious ice wine and had an amazing lunch. Next we went to Tantalus, followed by the Tree Brewing Co and the Calona Winery. This was where we had a massive advantage touring in the off-season. In each winery/brewery we went to, we had the best chats with the staff and received so much advice for our travels, it made the whole experience so personable and thoroughly enjoyable. It was an awesome day!! And we certainly had a great sleep that night!! ...
... The Log Cabin just outside Vernon
in the Okanagan Valley. Saw the funniest thing … Dave’s
Goat Walk. A walkway up to a bridge had been built for goats, where there was
a pulley system
in which you could fill tins with
corn kernels. The goats on the bridge would watch you and once the feed was in
the tin they would spin the wheel with their hoofs and bring the tin up ...
Kelowna was another nice town, much bigger than Golden and Vernon, also with lots of farming and vineyards in the area. After touring around a little bit, we learned that its also a much more expensive place to live. It's considered the 'Napa Valley’ of Canada, complete with vineyards, a beautiful lake, and lots of sailing in the area. We didn’t get a good look at Ogopogo the lake monster, maybe he was sleeping.
Before you go any further, you really should know a little about our destination. Upon telling folks about our travel plans there is usually a pregnant pause, while the listener processes the “Malta” bit. Some know they’ve heard of it but have no idea where it is, some have never heard of it, and some think we’re going to Melita (Manitoba). There have been a delighted few who have actually been there or have it on their list of “Places To ...
... we only saw 10 or so before we had to get back into the car because of the rain.
It wasn't long before we were driving in a lake filled valley past RV dealerships and McDonald signs into Kelowna. The city is pretty big at 150,000 people and double the size of Kamloops. After living in Banff for a year which is so small, big cities kind of stress me out now! All that traffic and getting lost. It is much simpler when there is just one main road! We ...
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- Pets allowed