Whilst Walking on a Cold, Cold Day in Peachland, Canada

January 30, 2020.

Dark sky over Okanogan Lake seen whilst walking on a cold, cold day last January in Peachland.

Sky over the lake on a cold, cold day in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaThere is a long pier by the beach. Long pier in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaThe pier has public binoculars with which to view the chilly landscape. Public binoculars at the beach in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaPermanent percussion instruments decorate the pier, drums and xylophones. Even banging around for awhile doesn’t warm us up.  Musical instruments like drums and xylophones decorate the pier in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaThe boat launch sign but nobody is out on the water.Sign at the Boat Launch in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaA frozen totem pole queries us as to what we’re doing outside on such a cold, cold day.Close-up of an old weathered totem pole in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaGood question. We retreat to the Gasthaus Restaurant in the tiny town that fronts the beach. The restaurant even has a lit fire. Fireplace in the Gasthaus Restaurant in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaThey serve up Steamworks Flagship IPA, one of the best craft IPAs in BC right now. Steamworks IPA in the Gasthaus Restaurant in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaAnd French Onion Soup, a perfect lunch after a short January walk. French onion soup on a cold day in the Gasthaus Restaurant in Peachland in the BC Okanogan, CanadaThis was the day after the first case of coronavirus arrived in BC, but at the time we had no idea about how much it would change everything, and how quickly the opportunities to visit friends and eat out at restaurants would be stopped short…

More of the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Whilst Walking.

6 responses to “Whilst Walking on a Cold, Cold Day in Peachland, Canada

  1. I love snowy landscapes so I am so delighted every time someone posts some cold wintry shots for me to drool over.
    Covid has indeed changed our world to the point of being surreal. Next year the madness may end.
    Thanks for joining in with Friendly Friday’s weekly challenge.

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