13 Native Canoes go by on Skaha Lake Aug31st2012 (Voyageurs journey)


Life is good at Skaha Lake, Penticton. We watched the canoes paddle by
this morning.

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by Deborah Pfeiffer – Story: 79909
Aug 31, 2012 / 1:08 pm

on CastaNet Voyageurs Journey

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One comment on “13 Native Canoes go by on Skaha Lake Aug31st2012 (Voyageurs journey)

  1. Banti says:

    Last year, during my road trip aoscrs Canada with Alain;a0we made a stop for a few days to camp and rock climb in Skaha, right on the outskirts of Penticton (British Columbia). Penticton is a small town that lies between the Skaha and the Okanagan Lakes, and it’s located 395 kilometers east from Vancouver. We were mainly interested in visiting this area because of: a) the rock climbing, the temperatures here are warmer and it rains way less than in Squamish; and b) to go wine tasting in the Okanagan Valley.

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