FuturePorscheOwner wrote:If BC wasn't on the coast, and was sort of in the middle of Canada, prices would be down. People come here to meet other people and have a good time. It's where young people come to retire and get laid.
FuturePorscheOwner wrote:What do you expect in Vernon. It's basically a suburb of Kelowna.
Sentence 1 pretends Vancouver is representative of all BC (as idiotic a contention as it gets), the second discards it at the first discouraging word. Nice work.
Actually the second comment just shows a complete lack of understanding of the history of the okanagan. Besides which many people live in Kelowna, work elsewhere in the okanagan, live in Kelowna or Vernon and work in Alberta (does that make Kelowna a suburb of Edmonton/Calgar?). Vernon was established as a city 13 years before Kelowna, and has it's own history. Lost about 1/4 of its population in WWI, but who counts service to country? Until the bridge in the late fifties was built, Kelowna was no specialler than Vernon, due to the province's premier, Wacky Bennett, located there.