Guest House On The Mount
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This will be my final test blog before we leave for Vietnam. I have received a lot of email addresses and I want to ensure that I have entered all of them correctly and that the email addresses added to the blog can see updates and pictures.
Starting Thursday the team will post updates when we are somewhere with wi-fi.
If you don't hear from us ...
Well it's been a month since the farm closed and I have been living at my parents place doing all of the last minute things that need to get done with shutting down my business of 20 years (Acorus Restoration Native Plant Nursery & Blazingstar Retreat Centre), leaving my home, all the legal and financial arrangements, shots, supplies, planning, truck modifications and tuneup and lots of other details.
My Nissan ...
I leave tomorrow so the reality has sunk in that I have to pack up my bags once again. I started organizing things in the morning until good friends of mine came to visit with their two children. They visited for a few hours and tried to play with the puppies. My puppy was pretty good and was really calm around them but my parents' ...
... in the world but the hardest person to shop for and she dislikes shopping herself. Thus we took her shopping to get things she needed, despite her claiming she didn't need anything. After two new pairs of pants, a new sweater, a new purse and a new wallet, we successfully had gotten her things for her birthday. After a lazy afternoon, we then took her to her favourite restaurant for dinner, Boston Pizza. Happy Birthday ...
... in Rivière-Du-Loup at around 12:00am ET. The bus station in Rivière-du-Loup is, without question, the most luxurious of bus stations I've ever seen. In reality, it's a single tiny room with roughly 8 chairs and a bathroom. Most of the 40 or so passengers simply stood in the parking lot for an hour, when the transfer bus to Montreal arrived. While I was waiting, I listened to some music, and made especially sure to give ...