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British Columbia, Canada
16th May 2004


Got an afternoon and evening out with Annette and Ron today and for the gardners took a couple of shots of a local market garden...


Folk always say they like to see people working so here is one of the workers potting up the cuttings


Annette and Ron and some wee plants talking to us :-)

Next visit was to Wycliffe Regional Park which is very beautiful and the interesting thing is that you can book one of the areas in the park for your exlusive use for a day.  Folk even hold wedding receptions here and they even provide BBQ units along with wood for the fire and plently of shelter in case the weather turns as you'll see in the next group of photos.


As you can see this area was booked for today


You can even practice your gold shots and play baseball


And further down the park you come to the river


This sign shows what is available in the park


Came across a field of hoses on the way back into Kimberley


My trainee photographer (Ron) took these photos to show you a few of the houses in Marysville just a short way before Kimberley

We then decided to finish the evening off at the Mozart restaurant in Kimberley and I thought I'd take a few photos of the evening...


So here we are arriving and being greated by our cheery waiter


So a little started and then my soup course


The my chicken curry followed by a visit from the chef and owner :-)


The the sweet and I didn't take a picture of the coffee although I have to say everything was very tasty and the service was excellent.  Would certainly recommend you visit the Mozart if you manage to come to Kimberley


A couple of pictures of the outside in the late evening around 9.30pm


The menu and then we took a shortcut through the Ozone pub back to the car


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