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Osoyoos residents find ways to beat the heat
As temperatures climbed into the high 30s over the past week, briefly passing 40 degrees, Osoyoosites found ways to cool off.
The forecast is for cooler weather in the mid-20s next week.
(Richard McGuire photos)
Mike Douglas has the coolest job in Osoyoos. An ice facility operator at the Sun Bowl Arena, he paints a sponsor’s logo on the ice. After it’s painted, another inch and a quarter of ice goes on top. The arena reopens on July 19, providing a cool retreat from the hot summer sun. (Richard McGuire photo)