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Good day everyone... took a break from baking bread (yes, it has to come to that) to post a little post... Thngs have been quiet during our Covid-19 lockdown, and I have been learning new things to keep busy. One new skill is baking bread... my second try, first were these buns pictured here. They turned out ok, but I have a lot to learn about baking. lol We are healthy and staying as isolated as we can during this pandemic so it is all a part of it. I have tons left to do here in the house, and the outside for sure. Over the next few blogs I will get everyone caught up on what has been happening since we moved to the Rocky Mountains. Going through photos of the past few years we have accomplished a lot and really got settled in our new house. It is becoming the home of our dreams.
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We are on the 2020 MERRITT ACTIVITY MAGAZINE
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Our trip to the town of Merritt (population 7189) was great fun, as well as surprising... One thing that was amazing is that the town has the CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME... and it is also considred the country music capital of Canada. In honor of that, the streets are lined with huge murals of country's biggest stars: Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Randy Travis, and the list goes on...as well as hand prints and autographs on large plaques... with at least 2 on every block. There is also a fabulous old hotel called the COLD WATER. It looks like it is right out of the wild, wild west. They have a great little restaurant in there (which we had a nice lunch), but we didn't go into the pub... too early! lol There were lots of fun & funky shops selling everything from aboriginal art to live bate & firearms... but not all were open because it was a Monday... We noticed there was also a marijuana dispensary, but it was closed down before it ever opened. WTF? Hopefully Prime Minister Trudeau with legalize cannabis soon. The town is surrounded by mountains, which makes it very picturesque. I have to say... we were impressed!
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It was scorching hot in KELOWNA on PRIDE day, and after the festival HUGO A GO-GO & I headed downtown to sight-see. It is a city of amazing murals, funky shops and loads of fun things to do. It is no wonder people from all over the world flock here during the summer. We went on a search to find some cool "Kelowna" T-shirts, and ended searching every street for a shop that sold them. We found 2 places, and second place we stopped in had the perfect ones. We wandered down literally every street in town, winding up at a great little eatery called FSH. They didn't have much actual seafood on the menu, but we did have a feed of fish & chips... lol... and a few cocktails to cool us off. We asked our waitress where the nearest liquor store was, and directed us to the farthest end of the city. We picked up a few beverages to take to our campsite, and then walked back along Okanagan Lake. It is a long, winding lake, with all sorts of watery activities happening... a massive inflatable fun park, paragliding and of course swimming. We didn't get into the water, as we were dressed for the Pride celebration and didn't bring our bathing suits or a towel. NEXT trip we will definitely going in... and try EVERYTHING.
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Our fabulous vacation continued with day 2 @ OKANAGAN PRIDE in Kelowna. It was about an hour and a half drive from our campsite. It was a very hot day, and the location couldn't have been more beautiful... on the shores of Okanagan Lake. One of the first people HUGO A GO-GO & I "bumped" into was our own B.C. Premier CHRISTY CLARK. She said "OH, you're the guys who always wear the great costumes!" OMG! SHE KNEW US???? lol She even wore my gay glasses for a photo op and it ended up on her official Facebook page. HUGO A GO-GO told her she is prettier in person and she called him a BIG flirt... I piped in and said "That's why I married him!" We saw a few people we recognized from different PRIDES we have attended in other cities... along with the usual booths and familiar food trucks. They even had a small beer garden, where we had a much needed ice cold cider... and a nice looooooong sit...LOL HUGO A GO-GO had been having some ankle issues, but it didn't stop him from walking around all day long... after the PRIDE festival we wandered around the gorgeous city of Kelowna... THAT is the next blog I will be posting...