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Work continues on Penticton resort

Ben Lindsay (left) and Max Picton move a section lumber to one of the yurts currently under construction at the Barefoot Beach Resort just west of Penticton Regional Airport. Scheduled for completion in the spring of next year, the development will include 11 rental units and about 125 tent sites. - Mark Brett/Western News
Ben Lindsay (left) and Max Picton move a section lumber to one of the yurts currently under construction at the Barefoot Beach Resort just west of Penticton Regional Airport. Scheduled for completion in the spring of next year, the development will include 11 rental units and about 125 tent sites.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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