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Old west returns to Penticton

Roland Nuetzel riding Ace, with Poco in tow, mosey along a downtown alley during a recent visit to Penticton for a little shopping and some familiarization training for the horses. The Naramata-area resident is part of the Garnett Valley Gang whose members can frequently be seen holding up the Kettle Valley Steam Train during its regular runs.   - Mark Brett/Western News
Roland Nuetzel riding Ace, with Poco in tow, mosey along a downtown alley during a recent visit to Penticton for a little shopping and some familiarization training for the horses. The Naramata-area resident is part of the Garnett Valley Gang whose members can frequently be seen holding up the Kettle Valley Steam Train during its regular runs.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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