We took a few Macramé Owls on their first autumn outing in the Okanagan. Fittingly, we went to a nut farm.
Pictured here (left to right) are myself (Annie Zed), Horatio, Gretchen, Horace, Betty Boo, Rosemary, and Albert.
Across the street, we spotted a building that had potential as a Macramé Owl Sanctuary.
Sadly, we can’t yet afford such luxurious accommodation, so we moved on to view the trees.
Our community helper pointed out some educational info about the site to Betty Boo.
We took time to pose as a group by the beautiful homestead.
Gretchen insisted on having her photo taken by the antique nut washer, still in use today.
We also took the opportunity for a photo with Jack Gellatly himself!
We had some fun with a wheelbarrow among autumn leaves.
We walked all the way to the lake.
We spent the rest of the time just hanging around the grounds.
One last photo – a close-up, just for fun!