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Thank you Brian! : )
Thank you Dave!! I used to love the TV show 'The Big Valley'!!!
What a big valley, and so green on the planes of it!
Thank you Beekay! I was just solving your puzzles and leaving notes. It's fun when that happens!!
Nice view down through the valley. Thanks Cathy.
Thank you very much Jim. : )Thank you Charlena. I wasn't sure if that was Keremeos or not. Thank you for the definite identification!! There was a nice big lookout point here so we were able to stop and take some pictures!! Thank you Lorna!! : )Thank you Ank!! I'm glad even if you just look at the pictures!! : )Thank you Denise. I'm glad I could give you a look at parts of BC. Thank you Grandmalucy! : )Thank you Lyndee. Yes, it is. This note was also in Wikipedia ...The USDA places Osoyoos in Plant Hardiness Zone 7a I'm not sure what that means but it must mean that it is quite dry!!
I like this view. It's really a little barren considering it has a river running through it.
Very nice indeed. thank you
What a great view cathy:-))I must say BC is a big surprise for me.Thanks for sharing:-))Love and hugs:-))
Beautiful Cathy. It's a great view. I just solved my backlog, but because of the time I did not write comments. Al that pics are lovely:-))
This is a view of Keremeos, a town that is connected to Osoyoos via the Richter Pass. This is also the site of the Sizzling Pepper festival held in the Fall. If people are interested in hiking in the Cathedral Provincial Park, you can gain access to the Park parking lot either through Keremeos or come from the West from Princeton. Thank you for this photo.