Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Wharf Park In Naramata, BC

Howdy folks,

Well, we have been busy and time is winding down for us to make our maiden voyage to New Hampshire in the next couple of weeks.  We have our medical appointments scheduled to get  check ups before we leave which is our custom.  Now, we are waiting on a WiFi extender to arrive for the second time.  The first one arrived two weeks ago damaged.  Ugh!.  Anyway, we decided that we would make a visit to Chris's Mom's house before we left.  She will be 92 this year andwe will not likely be here to celebrate it with her.

First stop was a new restaurant that we wanted to try in Princeton, BC.  The food was very good.  I don't believe the kitchen crew had too much to clean up after we were done!




We made it to Narramata that evening and made our way to the park the next day taking Laura with us....:-).


This is a cooling station of sorts. But it was not turned on.  On the other hand, if it was NOT in fact a cooling station; that would explain why it wasn't spraying water every where! haha




It was hot outside, but a beautiful day just the same.....:-).  I love being near the water.



Here is the Striking Viking with his Mom; Laura.....:-).  


Here is a view of the Okanagan Lake.  We had it mostly to ourselves.  I suppose that is the benefit of going in the middle of a work day.....:-).

 The Striking Viking decided that he needed to cool down a bit.  So, being the adventurer that he is, he took a dip in the lake.  I probably would have sunk like a rock had I tried that!  Besides, somebody had to take this gorgeous shot! haha


Tomorrow, we head back to our own town and continue the preparations for our long 3,000 mile journey to New Hampshire.....:-).


See you on the road!!

5 comments:

Scootard said...

A lovely day for relaxing in the shade. Add in equal parts folly of youth, indomitability of age and certainty of a large splash, the Striking Viking takes the plunge! ! !

April Baucom said...

Good to see Laura up and around! The lake and surrounding area are beautiful. Have a safe trip and be blessed!

Trobairitz said...

We used to take pool noodles down to Okanagan Lake and swim to cool off after work in the summer.

I enjoyed seeing the pictures. It look alike you are enjoying yourselves.

Scooterchick said...

Yes, April. It wad quite the ordeal getting her into the van though....:-(. Her mobility is very compromised.

Scooterchick said...

Hi Brandy!
We are. We are thinking of goint to Osoyoos for the winter when wr return from the states.