Mrs. Bill Lee and her son Ernest sit on the running board of a car in Windermere in this photo from the mid-1920s. The house has a wooden plank driveway. Bill Lee was the works foreman at the Windermere Experimental Farm. His children were Hilda, Gertrude and Ernest, who joined the B.C. Provincial Police and was later a CPR freight conductor. If you have any more information, e-mail us at info@cv-pioneer.com . Photo A1368 courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society

Mrs. Bill Lee and her son Ernest sit on the running board of a car in Windermere in this photo from the mid-1920s. The house has a wooden plank driveway. Bill Lee was the works foreman at the Windermere Experimental Farm. His children were Hilda, Gertrude and Ernest, who joined the B.C. Provincial Police and was later a CPR freight conductor. If you have any more information, e-mail us at info@cv-pioneer.com . Photo A1368 courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society