Okanagan Mountain at 6 a.m. Perhaps you can see the western wall of the valley, to the right, tip nearly vertically as it moves east and collides with the westward-moving mountain coming […]
Even in the Okanagan Valley, it dawns water, not light. Rattlesnake Island and Squally Point, looking south. That’s what these deep troughs are for.
Cryptozoology is Dead
Take a look. This is N’ha-a-itk. Maybe you’ve heard of this creature from the time when all people and the earth and the creatures were one, through the lens of a little colonial […]
Okanagan Lake is home to a monster called Ogopogo. He’s awfully good for tourism. What is he? A sturgeon? A hunk of driftwood? A plesiosaur? Well, maybe not a plesiosaur, not if […]