Spotted Lake, British Columbia, Canada

Spotted Lake is a saline endorheic salt lake found northwest of Osoyoos in the eastern Similkameen Valley of British Columbia, Canada, got to by means of Highway 3. Initially known not First Nations of the Okanagan Valley as Kliluk, Spotted Lake was for quite a long time and stays respected as a sacrosanct site thought to give helpful waters. Amid World War I, the minerals of Spotted Lake were utilized as a part of assembling ammo. 

Later, the region went under the control of the Ernest Smith Family for a term of around 40 years. In 1979, Smith endeavored to make enthusiasm for a spa at the lake. The First Nations reacted with a push to purchase the lake, then in October 2001, struck an arrangement by buying 22 hectares of area for a sum of $720,000, and contributed around 20% of the expense. The Indian Affairs Department paid the rest of. Spotted Lake is luxuriously thought with different minerals. It contains thick stores of magnesium sulfate, calcium and sodium sulfates. It likewise contains high groupings of eight different minerals and lower measures of silver and titanium. 

The water's majority in the lake dissipates over the late spring, uncovering beautiful mineral stores. Expansive "spots" on the lake seem and are shaded by mineral organization and regular measure of precipitation. Magnesium sulfate, which solidifies in the mid year, is a noteworthy supporter to spot shading. In the mid year, remaining minerals in the lake solidify to shape normal "walkways" around and between the spots.

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