Useless Relic

By Jonathan Timar
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Rachelle and I spent as much time as possible visiting our provincial parks in the latter part of the summer (once our moron overlords regained a tiny portion of their common sense and re-opened them).

One of the nicest we visited was Haynes Point in Osoyoos. It’s one of those places we’ve wanted to go for years but it’s always full, which is not surprising given that it’s on a peninsula in the middle of one of BC’s most swimmable lakes.

But at the tail end of the season it becomes un-reservable, so if you don’t mind spending a night in the overflow you can snag a spot the next day.

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    And it’s completely worth it. We spent several days here, enjoying one of the most well managed parks we’ve ever been to, with really awesome, friendly staff with visible faces. It was such a relief to be around so many normal people at the campground and in town and we were very sad to go back to the city which is presently dominated by paranoid, illiterate, innumerate, robotic idiots (who, in fairness, are being egged on by a sociopathic media and health officials who have abandoned all reason and have forgotten the words of Hippocrates).

    And as a bonus, we had access to this telephone right next to our campsite for emergencies.