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WHISKY IN THE OKANAGAN

Too much of anything is bad, but too much of a good whisky is barely enough.
– Mark Twain

In 1908 a Scotsman by the name of Captain James Cameron Dun-Waters stumbled upon a delta on the westside of Okanagan Lake. This pristine area, with its tumbling waterfall and habitat to sheep, deer, birds and bears, was at times known locally as “The Garden of Eden”.

HIKING IN THE OKANAGAN

Because in the end you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.
– Jack Kerouac

One beautiful trail per week. With over 52 breathtaking trails in the Kelowna area alone, the Okanagan is loaded with opportunities for the hiking and outdoor enthusiast.

REMEMBERING ROB

Physics 109. That was the class I met Rob Olson in during my first year of University. Sitting at the back of the auditorium I was preparing for the class lecture when Rob happened to sit down next to me. Rob was wearing a Penguins jersey and we instantly started chatting about the upcoming season, hitting it off pretty quickly. That was 17 years ago yet it still feels like yesterday. In the years that passed, Rob and I built an incredible friendship which sadly came to an end less than two years ago when Rob lost his battle with cancer.

THE TRESTLES OF MYRA CANYON

It always seems impossible until it is done.
– Nelson Mandela

Nestled nearly 1,000m (3,000ft) above Kelowna lies one of the most spectacular trails in all of Canada. Ranked as one of the most beautiful biking trails in BC, the Myra Canyon section of the former Kettle Valley Railway line is a 12 kilometre stretch that spans across 18 trestles and through 2 caves.

BACKYARD GARDENING: GROWING BACK FOOD INDEPENDENCE

Why try to explain miracles to your kids when you can just have them plant a garden.
– Robert Brault

Once upon a time a good portion of society spent their days growing and producing food. In fact, in times of war, as resources were thin and supply lines were choked, it is estimated that home gardens were supplying 40% of the produce we consumed.