September 27-29, 2015
Seven years since this ‘blogging idea’ was hatched..
am I done sharing our ‘life’ on the internet?
But now that we have finally done what we have said we would do seven years ago....I better keep at it..at least for now..
Our last full day in Keremeos..the day of ‘lunar eclipse’..tried as a I might to capture a photo but it was not to be…this was the best one?
Monday morning, we were up early and hooked up just before 8:15..said our ‘see you laters’ to Ron and Karen..thanks for the hospitality!!..see you again!
It was time to get the wheels rolling again..
We are heading in a different direction than we had originally planned, instead of south into the land of ‘red white and blue’..
..Highway 97 towards the city of Kelowna is on our route..
First lake is Skaha Lake..
..and then Okanagan Lake..
..over the floating bridge and into the traffic of Kelowna..
One quick stop at Walmart for some groceries..and then we were heading into unknown territory..
Just about 14 kilometers outside the city of Vernon is a Provincial Park called Kekuli Bay..on the shores of Kalamalka Lake..
All the provincial parks are now first come first serve, so we could pick our own site..took a bit to figure out which one would be the best, but we finally settled on #38..
..we have a nice view of the park and Kalamalka Lake..
and Tucker has his usual spot under the trailer..
..a perfect spot for ‘happy hour’..
..and a campfire..
..Tuesday morning the temperature was just a tad chilly..
..good thing we packed the ‘buddy heater’..
..but once the sun comes up the ‘heater is off’ and the windows are opened up in no time!
We even went for a hike today..
..it was a short hike up to the top of the hill..an easy incline..
with a great view from this vantage point..
so many ‘lakes and so little time?’..Poor Tucker..not to worry he added this lake to his ‘list’..
..even the ‘kitty’ got to venture outside today in the sunshine..
He didn’t go too far..not too sure about the ‘big wide open spaces?
so as Day two at Kekuli Bay Provincial Park comes to an end..thanks for reading about the ‘land o’ lakes’..there may be another lake tomorrow!