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As seen in Kelowna, BC


"The legend of Ogopogo goes back to long before European Settlers arrived in the Okanagan Valley. Sightings were reported by early settlers in the mid-to-late 1800s. The first reported encounter was in 1855 when Métis settler, John McDougall, was crossing the lake with his horses tied behind his canoe, as he had done several times before. The horses were pulled under the water and he had to cut the ropes to stop the canoe from sinking. The first reported sighting of Ogopogo by a European Settler was in 1872 when Susan Allison was certain that she saw a dinosaur in the lake."


Scented in Pink Lemonade

Ogopogo Poop

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