So neat! Could be a great resource for a history teacher! or for family history.
The SS Sicamous as she arrives in Penticton, this marks the end of her final journey on Okanagan Lake. The ship was pushed towards Penticton by the MV Okanagan - August 1951. Photo from the Penticton Museum and Archives.
Lucky is wearing an evening gown by Christian Dior A simple white linen bolero relieves the full-skirted gown of draped black chiffon taffeta, in the model 'Meilhac', from the Haute Couture Collection, Spring/Summer Archives Christian Dior
Larimar is also known as the Dolphin stone, because of its watery energy, which brings the tranquility of the ocean to the heart and mind. Larimar represents peace and, clarity, it radiates healing and loving energy.- Found in the Dominican Republic
Tug Boat Kelowna - in a dry dock at the Okanagan landing Ship Yards (close to Vernon BC). Photo from the SS Sicamous Society Archives, donated by former crew member Charles Veney.