The Kanata By BCMInns Blairmore
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Tuesday, December 23,
Dear family and friends,
I am grateful and love
that, despite the fact that there are just “two sleeps” before
Christmas, you will receive our Christmas blog on time! As I write to
you, the sun is just rising and the rest of our little family is
sleeping peacefully again, having each taken their dose of cough
syrup...the season of giving began early this year... could be worse!
... under a ledge but there were so many buffalo killed that day that he was found dead when they cleaned up all the buffalo. We arrived before the center was open and was walking around when we met Edwin - a full Black Foot Indian who still spoke the language. Very interesting conversation with him.
As we were driving along, we stopped at a waterfall. Now we have seen a lot of waterfalls on this trip but this one will always stand out. It was ...
... grip was mutual. It will be interesting to watch as she goes about and chooses her little friends. There will be many more connections made as we begin music lessons this week!
Tom has just come in from the shop announcing there has been an Easter ”miracle”. He has unexpectedly discovered three more cases of grand-papa’s wine! I can’t help but smile, for more than one reason…
Tom, Dominique & Liliane
... dark (she often sleeps with it stuck up in the air, when curled up on her front). I revel in the babbling of her voice, the way she laughs, her chubbiness and all of her baby smells (well, most...).
Our days seem to fly by. Breakfast at 8am, lunch at 1pm & supper at 6pm (or so) with a daily walk with Zeke (windy weather or not), a nap in the afternoon, play time interspersed throughout the day ...
Today we headed west across country and into Pincher Creek where we stopped for coffee and a snack before heading on to the Frank Slide Interpretation Centre. This is ranch country, higher and dryer that the land just a few miles to the east. This part of the Alberta is often described as where the prairie meets the mountains - few foothills are in evidence.
At the centre we ...