I'm talking about the Osoyoos Desert Miniature Railway - I think I've linked this blog post to it, above by the title to this post. I could try to describe what we saw but I think some photos will do a much better job! I'll only preface to say this incredible place is spic and span spotless - thoughtfully laid out, decorated beautifully and run by a nice family.
If you were to visit the Railway you might see...
A Volkswagen Van (a sister to our Van?)
A Tiny Metropolis?
A Funeral in Progress?
A Heart-Touching Graveside Ceremony?
Inside the Tent at a Circus ... at NIGHT!
A Bike Race?
Fishing on a Lake?
A Swim at the Beach?
A Corn Maze?
An Active Mine?
And now you've seen only a FRACTION of the wonders of this facility - how do you feel when I show you the size of each of the tiny people in this set?
The owner and his wife have put together this incredible display - the largest European Style Miniature Railway in Canada. She has painted every one of the 18,000 (and counting) figures here. And all this while in a wheelchair. Truly inspirational!
What I especially admire is they keep adding relevant displays - everything from wind turbines to skateboarding and almost anything you can think of that people do today. Definately worth the mere $7 entrance fee.
Do YOU have an attraction in your town which is a "must see"?