A great place to watch the lake for signs of the beast is at Summerhill Pyramid Winery, dinning outside on the deck of the Sunset Organic Bistro. I wasn't able to spot any lake monsters, but my waitress said with a sly grin that she did indeed have some recently recorded video of something in the water.
View from the deck of the restaurant
It's called the Summerhill Pyramid Winery for a reason. The wine is made is under this pyramid.
I only discovered that wineries are thing in this region after I arrived. Had I known ahead of time, I might have planned accordingly. Another winery I briefly visited was Volcanic Hills Estate Winery. For tasting, they only offered a few whites and unimpressive blended reds this early in the season. Had I planned on coming to Volcanic Hills ahead of time for the purpose of wine tasting, I would've been disappointed.
Kelowna has a relatively active downtown area with several restaurants and bars for the diners and revelers alike. It was here that I finally spotted the lake monster.
This guy was posing for photos all day.
Wandering around downtown, I ran into this Futurama-esque robot looking machine, who appeared to be a silent sentry guarding a bygone time.
"Halt! You may go here, but no farther!"
There is a rather nice resort here too.
To commemorate the trip, I got this T-shirt that is all kinds of awesome!