Heritage Buildings
July 28th, 2011
Organized by Al & Judy Paulsen
Photos by Dave Dickinson


Al & Judy work with the Kamloops Museum on their walking tours so this was a very intersting evening.
They had a lot of information in regards to the various buildings we visited
With warm weather and no mosquitoes we managed to enjoy supper in the park.






Look who is that driving in?






Smile for the cameraAl is explaining on what we will be doing for the evening.



Everyone is getting ready to go while Dick checks the score on the Lion's game.

Not good news.



Makes me think of young guy
out for a ride with his best girl
Do you like convertibles '64 Pontiac, '64 Meteor,  '63 Ford Falcon
Other cars enjoying the evening cruise
1st stop was at the City Museum
so Al could show us pictures of the town many years ago.

Parking was were you could find it.






KAMLOOPS
WHILE AT THE MUSEUM WE CHECKED OUT THE 1913 WOLSELEY THAT WAS THE 1ST CAR IN THE INTERIOR OF BC
2nd stop was the Plaza Hotel
Some found parking while others drove around


Al & Judy  explaining some of the past history of the famous hotelAnother club member drives by
3rd stop was the Old Bank Of Commerce on 1st Ave.

Statue to Honour the Overlanders



Parking this time was at city hall across the street from the bank




Up there you can see the
old Government Building & Cigar Factory

4th stop Battle Street to see some of the old homes
Al pointed out that houses on both sides of Battle street faced the river so they would have a view.
Can barely see the garage in the back













Bob tells stories of when he lived on this street.

It was great evening especially for the members
in the seven convertibles with the weather being so nice.
Time to call it quits and head for the A & W