We did fly in on this North Cariboo Air airplane, but it looked so lonely! I asked if I could take its photo, and it obliged.
The drive from Penticton to Osoyoos, by way of Oliver, features this striking view from the car, barrier included.
I didn't know what to expect from the Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad. I certainly didn't expect a slice of Europe, build in painstaking detail by a German couple who moved to the town because it was the hottest place in Canada.
They even built a Smart Car dealership!
The hotel room we stayed in looks upon the northern view of Osoyoos Lake.
On Sunday morning, I went for a run from the hotel to Haynes Point Provincial Park, where I saw this view (and ate many bugs). On my way back I walked through the wetlands...
...saw some drive-thru mailboxes...
...and a banged-up race car.
My brother read about Spotted Lake, a saline endorheic alkali lake.
We took a minute to view the Okanagan Valley from a lookout point before a storm cloud rolled in.
After the thunderstorm passed, a double rainbow greeted us at the hotel.
We dropped my aunt off at her house, and beheld another view of the Okanagan.