A STROLL IN MY NEIGHBOURHOOD ON FATHER’S DAY
It was a clear and hot day, and I felt like a walk early in the morning before the sun would get too hot. I live in a new development on Richter Street/corner Harvey Ave. I need to learn all of its nooks and crannies yet and see what’s like at different times in the year and in various types of weather. The ‘hood is fairly quiet in the morning on weekends. I live within walking distance of the lake and City Park, so I cut through the oldest neighbourhood of Kelowna, from Richter through Marshall Road, across Pandosy, and along Riverside to CityParkk, along Hot Sands Beach—the front of Okanagan Lake, through the Japanese Garden, and down Pandosy. I stopped for an iced coffee at the Pulp Fiction shop, corner with Lawrence.
In case the deer have nibbled your cedars….
The military making an appearance at the car show.