Living in B.C.’s sunny Okanagan, there is no shortage of clear sky days in which to search for new and exciting views. My friend and I found such a view last weekend after a visit to Summerland’s Sweet Tooth Cafe, where we bought ourselves a rather hefty slice of Key Lime Cheesecake.
Off we drove to Penticton, where we headed up Munson Mountain. The views were so good, we took three photos before setting upon the cake with our forks. In order, our views are over Okanagan Lake, some beautiful vineyards, and the City of Penticton.
We both enjoy a bigger citrus punch, but the nothing beats the flavour of other people’s jealousy when you’re eating cheesecake on top of a mountain.
One family hiked past us and their little girl pointed and exclaimed in a shocked tone, “Those ladies are eating CAKE!” as if it was the most decadent thing she’d ever seen.
Our simple response: “We sure are.” Because it was 11am, and cake before noon is just how we roll.
We forgot to take a photo of the Sweet Tooth card with the cake, so all we have is the empty container. Can you spot any crumbs? Neither do I.