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Our new home!!!

Yes – we’re here!  I’m so sorry it has taken so long to post a new blog entry but I wanted to have photos of the mostly finished house. We made a couple of trips out to SK toward the … Continue reading

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A White Christmas

A beautiful white Christmas! The 2 days before it snowed a lot.  That little messed up place on our railing was caused by a Northern Flicker who stopped for a short reconnaissance mission (unsuccessful – poor thing).  As you can … Continue reading

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The end is in sight

Now we have a set move in date, (Jan. 23)  we have lots of final things to do.  To say nothing of Xmas coming up! On Nov. 25th my best friend came for dinner!  It’s been far too long since … Continue reading

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Great progress now!

Nov. 1/16:  I still have geraniums blooming on my deck.  Even though it has been below freezing on quite a number of occasions, my pots stay warm since they’re near our building which faces south. The leaves have turned beautiful … Continue reading

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OK, not a lot of progress until later!

On Oct. 3rd it was the 62nd birthday of our beautiful sister-in-law, Inga (David’s wife).  She no more looks her age than the man in the moon (as Bill would say)! On Thanksgiving weekend we had snow.  Here are a … Continue reading

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Progress continues, as do other events

Since returning to Calgary there have been a few celebrations worth noting.  First my dear niece got married.  Well, she isn’t exactly a neice, but a second cousin whom I consider to be a niece.  Desiree Butler, cousin Kim’s daughter … Continue reading

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Onward & upward!

Aug. 2/16:  Had dinner w/ Penny & Wilf last night.  Well, who did we run into in the restaurant?  Cousin Barry Larson & his beautiful daughter, Lauren! Here they are!  Janet (Barry’s wife) was back in Calgary, hence the reason … Continue reading

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