Select Page

Old Lady of the Lake

Old Lady of the Lake

Jan/Feb 2004

Princess-Margaret-pageThe seven-eighths of a mile between the Westside and the sandy beach at Kelowna has always been a traveller’s headache. Since the days when the first Europeans settled the Okanagan, getting across has required patience, perseverance and ingenuity. Despite that single mile of water being the only bottleneck on a 4,800-mile highway stretching from California to the Yukon, the politicians refused to act or even attempt a solution.

Read the original feature 2004 Jan-Feb Old Lady of the Lake.


Related Post

About The Author


Okanagan Life captures the essence of life in the Okanagan Valley with informative and entertaining features on issues that matter to people who live or vacation in this great region, plus stories on Okanagan destinations, personalities, wine, food, history, outdoor recreation and more. We're now in our 30th year of publishing. Subscribe


Current Issue


yearly-subscribeDigital Edition - Yearly Subscription

Each month, we're giving away 30 free annual subscriptions to celebrate our 30th year in publishing! With a digital subscription, you can enjoy Okanagan Life on your tablet.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events.


Error: Please enter a valid email address

Error: Invalid email

Error: Please enter your first name

Error: Please enter your last name

Error: Please enter a username

Error: Please enter a password

Error: Please confirm your password

Error: Password and password confirmation do not match