Who knew Canada had wineries? Wineries that make delicious wine. Red, white….ice wine (we are, after all, in Canada 🙂 )
I must admit, I didn’t know about the Canadian wineries. Growing up in Europe, I always thought Tuscany, Italy was the place to visit for wine. Now I know that Canada is a place to visit for many things. Wine included 🙂
Kelowna is a quaint city located about 4 hours drive east of Vancouver in the area known as the Okanagan Valley, in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its name – “Kelowna” – derives from the Okanagan language term for “grizzly bear”. Yes, this is one of those posts with fun facts 🙂
This Easter we (as in myself and my better half) decided to explore the area known as the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada. The valley stretches from the town of Sicamous to the US Border, where it continues as Okanogan County in the great state of Washington. Continue reading
I love colors. Therefore, I love Fall. The season of orange, yellow, red and brown. Brown isn’t such a cool color on its own, but combined with an intense yellow, spicy red, dark orange and a touch of green, voìla! Brown just became a color worth writing about anyway…:)
In 2011, I was lucky to experience the seasons changing in places that provided awesome colors, including brown.
I took the following photographs in Kelowna, British Columbia (October 2011), and in Norway (September 2011). Viewing these photos, I’m already looking forward to the next seasonal change. I just hope summer jumps in before Fall arrives upon us once again… 🙂 Continue reading