Exploring Canada’s Breathtaking Wine Country

If the movie “Sideways”—in which best friends Miles and Jack road-trip through Southern California wine country—ever gets a sequel, screenwriters should consider setting it in a little-known area some 1,200 miles north. Part of British Columbia’s sun-kissed Southern Okanagan Valley, the scenic Oliver Osoyoos region is home to Canada’s most outstanding vineyards and wines. Despite […]

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The Best Places to RV in September

As September squeezes out the final drops of summer, it’s time to gear up for autumn. Cooler temps, campfires, pumpkins, and cranberry sauce—autumn brings many reasons to celebrate or to go RV camping. Most notably, autumn is the season for leaf peeping. Remarkable fall foliage brightens up the land, changing hues from green and brown to vibrant yellows […]

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Nk’Mip Cellars: The Success Story of Canada’s First Aboriginal Winery

Nk’Mip Cellars may be the most unique winery you will ever have the pleasure to visit. It’s the first aboriginal-owned and-operated winery in North America, and a flagship property of the Osoyoos Indian Band—a member of the Okanagan Nation. In the Okanagan language the word Nk’Mip (pronounced inn-kah-MEEP) means “bottomland,” and the winery is thus […]

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