The Okanagan Valley is Canada’s fruit and wine country; naturally, my friends’ wedding ceremony was set in a vineyard, this one on a small plot on a stunning, sloping cliff along the western shore of Okanagan Lake near a town called Summerland. A surprise was to come in the form of a sunset party boat from there back to the city of Kelowna on the eastern shore for the reception. Many thanks to Tim, Lindsay, and their families for a wonderful time.
I’m in Summerland, BC at the moment. Friends’ wedding in Kelowna was a great time. Rather than fly from Vancouver, I opted to drive one early morning. The light and the mist were glorious near the town of Chilliwack. Thanks to a dear friend, the mode of transport wasn’t too bad as well.
I’m in Beautiful British Columbia this week. Working on a few new posts for you soon featuring more of South America, including Iguazu Falls, Machu Picchu, etc., but as I am on the road and have a wedding to attend, etc., it will take me a couple of days to publish. To thank you for your patience, here is a photo I took a couple of days ago at Garry Point Park in Steveston, a suburb of Vancouver, Canada. I used to walk my dog here back many years ago when I used to live in this corner of the world. This is a photo of sunset, with the grasses of the marshlands lit up a golden hue, and the famous North Shore mountains in the distance. Hope you like it.