You Can't Get There From Here
A.G. Dimitrieff of Sprucedale, Ont. correctly guessed the location of the unique lake in our last contest. The aptly named Spotted Lake is about nine kilometres west of Osoyoos, Alberta on Crowsnest Highway (Highway 3). It was originally known to the First Nations of the Okanagan Valley as Khiluk. They considered it a sacred site for the healing properties of the minerals it contains. It has the world's highest concentrations of minerals, including epsom salts, calcium, magnesium and many other trace minerals. In the summer, the water evaporates and crystallizes, making the white-ringed spots visible.
As for this month’s photo, check out this architectural
wonder – easily seen from a major Canadian highway.
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