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Well, week three is in the bag. I'm also coming up to a month since I left Ontario for Alberta. The past week was taken up by the new staff orientation at St. Theresa School in Wabasca. Wabasca is about 4 hours east of Peace river, near Lesser Slave Lake. As usual, the terrain is breathtaking.
The days in Wabasca were good. The people who work in this school division are kind and welcoming. My workload and job responsibilities seem to increase daily. I'm now ...
... breaking glassed and spilling food and coffee all over them. After we made sure they were all okay, we laughed about it all night...it was pretty funny cause it seemed to happen in slow motion and none of us could get to the table on time to help them. Oh well, we have had a great time. The conversations over supper are hilarious! The food is great! And we are already making plans for nest ...
It's Father's Day...we are usually just heading for home on Father's Day...so we are a week later this year.
Almost as soon as we got here, we feasted on the walleye that had been caught before we arrived. And then we went fishing....In spite of our host supposedly knowing all the secret spots, we got skunked...apparently the fish didn't get the secret spot ...
... some showers off and on and in Grande Prairie we sought out the Casino where it was pouring by the time we came out. We were heading further east to Bezanson, where my dad was born, and my great grandfather buried. The torrential downpour deterred me from wishing to seek out the cemetery so we carried on towards Peace River, but deciding it would make for too long a drive, tried Rycroft but there didn't appear to be an RV park there, so we carried ...
... are cozy in the evening, playing Bananagram (thanks Judi), reading or
watching a movie on the laptop. Sometimes we make a fire outside and sit there
like our ancestors in the caves, staring at the flames and thinking about
hunting wooly mammoth or chasing a Neanderthaler. Ok - enough for today, I see
GŁnter out by the lake, bundled up, he looks cold. I will make some soup and
see if I can situate the XM radio antenna to the south so we can listen to