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Kelowna, British Columbia

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Kelowna, BC

Contributed by aldoradawn, an ePodunk user.

September 23, 2007

Pluses:  Tons of things to do all year round! Spring starts off with 25-30 degrees, orchards in full bloom and there's a great ski to sea race. Summer fun of camping, downtown night life. GOLF, GOLF, GOLF!!! You can golf from March to November! Fall festivals and fruit picking. Wine tours..so many wineries...so little time! Winter, how about skiing a 35 minute drive to Big White! A very mild winter that only lasts about 2.5 months! It has year round entertainment, and the beauty of the valley with the surrounding mountains is breathtaking!

Minuses:  Everyone's heard all the great stuff about Kelowna and surrounding area and there all wanting a piece of it! The population is growing at an unbelieveable rate - causing the housing market to shoot up past Vancouver and Toronto. The roads cant sustain all the people coming!

A good place to...  A great place to live all year round and have everything you need!


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