Saturday, July 16, 2011

Old Airport Road

Our New Car

Old Airport Road, looks excellent for cycling.
First Nations Cemetery Penticton with Baby's Breath

Bran New Bilingual Stop Sign

Showy Milkweed ( Asclepias speciosa)

Yesterday we took our new car to explore Old Airport Road, and had some real difficulty with it. (See photo). We discovered that the road leads to the local Penticton First Nations settlement, where they had only the day before erected bilingual road signs. Interesting. How do you pronounce "Stop" in Cree? We found the local cemetery also interesting with its grave markers. Looks like this road is a great cycle route for future use. We could park in the local golf course parking lot and go from there. I hear it is raining in Sandwich. Nice and sunny here though....


Claudia Moser said...

Cree made me curious and now I know a bit more ;) Enjoy the weekend!

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Es macht mir immer Freude, eure Fotos zu sehen.
Mit diesem Auto kann man sicher gut parkieren ;-)
Ich wünsche euch ein schönes Wochenende.
Liebe Grüse

Desiree said...

Your new car is hilarious! The wheels are travelling must be quite a challenge keeping yourselves on the road! I hope it has a good, loud hooter ;)

Always love visiting here. You always have some nonsense up your sleeve!

H said...

Sorry, but that car made me quite agitated. I just can't make it look right! It's like one of those pictures which can be viewed 2 ways to show two different things, except I can't make it make sense!! Overload, I think!!

Michael and Hanne said...

No problem, H. Just drive it sideways looking through the left or right driver's side-window, depending on which side of the road you drive on. When you get there, parking is easy....just park sideways.