Wilf Miller writes about Pauls Tomb

Somewhere about 1963 I worked in Kelowna building a four storey packinghouse.

 

To the Editor:

Somewhere about 1963 I worked in Kelowna building a four storey packinghouse.

While there a young lad and myself went for a hike on a trail that is known today as the trail to Pauls Tomb.

In the early years this man lived on the lakeshore in a very elaborate home that only be reached by boat. He had a very beautiful home and a dog. He had a Taylor safe built right into solid rock at a very special place of his interest – high in the mountains above his place. He had himself and his dog buried in that safe when he died.

 

There is still a trail from Kelowna that anyone can take (it’s well known there) and you can walk out and see this tomb if  you are interested in old history.

I thought folks of today may just like to view this bit of local history.

Wilf Miller, Keremeos