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This post concludes the Camp Kopje reminiscences by Douglas Broome. “Back to camp. The buildings went down the  bay from the Panabode. The beach was clear the entire distance, edged […]... [Continue Reading]

This post continues the Camp Kopje reminiscences by Douglas Broome. “The main body of camp was laid out along 1,200 feet of pebble beach. At the northern end was a […]... [Continue Reading]

“Summer camp. The horse shivers to shake off the horseflies, snorts as girls handle tackle and Western saddles, old leather, hay and muck. A salt lick. The barn looks cool […]... [Continue Reading]

“The island [in Okanagan Lake] that many still call Whiskey Island has a colourful history. Legend has it that Interior Salish stored food and supplies on the Island in order to […]... [Continue Reading]

Tonight, Tuesday, August 28th, Okanagan Centre Park (by the Lake Country Museum) will be filled with contemporary voyageurs who are spending the night during their voyage from Vernon to Okanagan […]... [Continue Reading]