A light up the mountain across the lake from Trepanier

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Have LED lights too - but out in nature wouldn't want one on all night - I like looking up at the stars. So hippies is what you're all going with? OMG LOL too funny.
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See when you live in the woods like myself you have an outside light on all night so that you can see when some low life from the city is trying to steal *bleep* from you. Im telling you what the light in question is because i actually know someone there if you're to stupid or ignorant to process that go with whatever you like
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Boosted632 wrote:See when you live in the woods like myself you have an outside light on all night so that you can see when some low life from the city is trying to steal *bleep* from you. Im telling you what the light in question is because i actually know someone there if you're to stupid or ignorant to process that go with whatever you like

Awe. You know the OP to make such a statement? I don't think so.
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A light up the mountain across the lake from Trepanier

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There is a light high up the mountain across the lake ,, maybe on the KVR,, that can been seen pretty well every night.. It is off in the early morning.. Anybody know what it is?? Thanks in advance.
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I could be misremembering, but I thought there was some discussion of this topic in these forums. I just can't find the thread where it was being discussed.
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Ok,, thanks ,, when I look out my window in Peachland I see two lights which look like head lights on a car or a truck.. would a cell tower not have red blinking lights if it were tower?? They could be on on the road that goes to towers on Okanagan Mountain towers,, not sure.. Just curious..
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I noticed that light too. About halfway up the mountain, appears to be right in Okanagan Mountain Park. It is nowhere near the microwave towers at the top of the mountain.

I also noticed a new microwave tower to the east of Kettle Valley, right in the vicinity of the gravel pit. It has a slow red flashing light.
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Boosted632 wrote:See when you live in the woods like myself you have an outside light on all night so that you can see when some low life from the city is trying to steal *bleep* from you. Im telling you what the light in question is because i actually know someone there if you're to stupid or ignorant to process that go with whatever you like


This is a totally different area than the hippie commune.
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Fancy wrote: You think hippies are going to throw on a generator with a huge light visible for an all nighter? I don't think so.

Fancy, do you really think you can you can understand the convoluted, drug addled, criminal thought process of a hippy ?
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LOL

Hippies are in care homes, or out shopping for a walker, while waiting for knee replacement surgery.
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Urban Cowboy wrote:LOL

Hippies are in care homes, or out shopping for a walker, while waiting for knee replacement surgery.


NO, I am NOT.

I am torn between buying a new Corvette and a new 4X4 Silverado. Knee replacement would take both of those off the table.

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I too remember the 60s..all 12 years of them.. :200:
I had do do a few of them twice cuz I wasnt good at it.. :130:
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