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20-Oct-2019 03:28

Can’t wait until the apricots, apples, peaches, strawberries and blueberries ripen. We spent Thursday afternoon with a door and window vendor traveling to construction sites to get the chance to look at windows and doors. Luckily none of them required us to be up early the next day, because we weren’t. 0Monday night we met up with former colleagues/friends from Prospect Human Services. We went over to watch the final game and have a quick visit with he and Sharon before they headed back to Edmonton. 0Jean and I spent part of the week without a car, as we took it in to the dealership to check out the strange noise we noticed on the drive to Alberta.He had quite a strong accent (he is from Holland), so I missed some of what he was “selling”. We have been to visit our building site a couple of times. We decided leaving a blanket on wile the nights are still a bit cool might be a good thing. We left Calgary late in the day, Monday, despite our plans to leave early. We had dinners with friends, got in a few walks to balance off he great food and check out exterior house colors for our new home.I had dropped a floor tile on the joint of my big toe earlier in the week.Walking very far was out of the question for a few days. All of the flowers and trees are in full bloom wherever we walk. We spent a couple of hours getting the pieces for 7 tables organized, legs put together, inserting bolts, etc. It then took us an over an hour to assemble the first table.

) We were pleased that the snow appears to be over for the month, although it was cool the first few days.None of that was there when I saw it back in the late 60’s.We took time to watch a movie about the monument before hustling back to Rapid City and our RV. We would like to miss as much of the snow (and rain) as possible. 27F outside, but we woke up warm and toasty in our bed. We had a quick breakfast and were on our way north to Sioux Falls SD and then west.Saturday, we joined Jean’s friend/colleague Rob and his wife, Anna, for dinner in downtown Kelowna. Some of the pieces had been marked incorrectly, so we had to re-work them, we put some pieces up-side down, backwards, you name it. 0Tuesday, we spent 4 hours with our decorator, beginning to choose finishes for the house.They had spent the day looking at houses in the area. 0We spent the afternoon building picnic tables for the campground. After perfecting the first, we were a house on fire, completing the next 6 in 2 hours. We now have chosen our hardwood and tiles for the house.

) We were pleased that the snow appears to be over for the month, although it was cool the first few days.

None of that was there when I saw it back in the late 60’s.

We took time to watch a movie about the monument before hustling back to Rapid City and our RV. We would like to miss as much of the snow (and rain) as possible. 27F outside, but we woke up warm and toasty in our bed. We had a quick breakfast and were on our way north to Sioux Falls SD and then west.

Saturday, we joined Jean’s friend/colleague Rob and his wife, Anna, for dinner in downtown Kelowna. Some of the pieces had been marked incorrectly, so we had to re-work them, we put some pieces up-side down, backwards, you name it. 0Tuesday, we spent 4 hours with our decorator, beginning to choose finishes for the house.

They had spent the day looking at houses in the area. 0We spent the afternoon building picnic tables for the campground. After perfecting the first, we were a house on fire, completing the next 6 in 2 hours. We now have chosen our hardwood and tiles for the house.

0Sunday we were up early and on our way to Calgary.