Tod Mountain Ranch owner and Ireland native Tracey O'Connell has spent her life traveling the world. But in 2007, she bought an 80-acre former cattle ranch after falling in love with the Canadian wilderness near Louis Creek Valley. Today, this property is the Tod Mountain Ranch, which plays host to both humans and horses—its herd of 20 equines roam the ranch and lead a natural lifestyle, never stalled or stabled. Guests of the human variety spend their time riding, hiking, and relaxing at the main lodge, which was built in 2009 along with the guest cabins. Inside each cabin is handmade log furniture, crafted by a local artisan.
When guests aren't exploring the alpine wilderness, they congregate on the main lodge's wrap-around porch over coffee or a cold beer. You won't go hungry at the Tod Mountain Ranch, whose resident chef prepares breakfast, lunch, and a three-course dinner daily. After dinner, head out to the campfire to sing folk songs and gossip about your favorite horses.
Byland's Garden Ctr Ltd in West Kelowna is stocked full of bicycles, apparel and accessories for you to choose from.
Ladies, if you are on the market for some fashion-forward clothing items, look no further than this highly rated store.
Fortunately for all, there's space to park close to Byland's Garden Ctr Ltd for your convenience.
It's time to go out and explore the world on a new set of wheels. Come check out the great selection of bikes at Byland's Garden Ctr Ltd today.
Amid the sunny, pistachio-coloured walls of Green & Bear It, a treasure trove of chic outdoor wear, useful gardening gear, and sweet-smelling lotions and perfumes decks out greenskeepers with the tools and trinkets of successful plant husbandry. Customers don wellington boots from Hunter for strolling through dewy pastures, or equip themselves with hedge clippers, rakes, and pitchforks for clearing new beds or chasing away trespassing frankenstein monsters. Over 500 varieties of non-GMO heirloom seeds from West Coast Seeds sprinkle the earth with fresh new greenery, and Woodstock Chimes fill the air with haunting notes and melodies carried by the wind. Guests ready themselves for fruitful yardwork labours with adorable floppy sun hats, sleek rain jackets, and Swarovski-crystal jewellery from local artist Kelly Sweet.
After years at the helm of his family’s 60-year-old garden centre in Burnaby, Barry Kuypers opted for a change of scenery. He and his family moved to Kelowna and opened The Kelowna Flower Farm. Now managed by his daughter Carrie, the plant centre welcomes clients with a country farm's hospitality and a green thumbs up. The gardening professionals choose shrubs, blossoms, and herbs that can adapt to the Okanagan climate, and their bedding plants run the alphabet from abutilons to zinnias. Clients have their choice of around 2,000 hanging baskets and heritage perennials, which return year after year to remind households to file their taxes. A selection of exotic plants adds flair to yards with tropical water plants, mandevillas, and lemon trees to replace money trees that have only sprouted IOUs.
Plan out your weekly meals and head to Curlew Store in Curlew to pick up your breakfast, lunch and dinner ingredients.
For dairy lovers out there, this store does dairy right, so make sure to pick up some on your next trip.
The produce available here is a great side to any meal in need of some fresh nutrients.
What's better than soup on a rainy day? Be sure you have some on hand.
For those driving to Curlew Store, you'll easily find parking close by.
Bring your grocery list to Curlew Store and stock up the fridge.
Keep the yard looking spiffy with plants and garden supplies from Pacific Calcium in Tonasket.
If you are visiting Pacific Calcium, you can take advantage of the nearby parking options during your stay.