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Re: Kim City
« Reply #60 on: November 23, 2018, 09:03:32 am »
When I was a little gaffer we lived in Osoyoos. My aunt and uncle farmed in West Kim City (we didnít call it that and still donít). Back then it had a population of about 2000, a little general store, gas station, grocery store, coffee shop, several churches and of course the packing house. You had to take a ferry over to Kim City which had a population of about 7000. Osoyoos and Oliver havenít changed that much except most of the tree fruit has been replaced by vineyards and all the development done by local FN.
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