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... 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
... for an out-patient surgery as it was necessary to cut out the abscess before it worsened.
Norm looked rather cute in his hospital dressing gown and, as for the surgery, he came through it just fine. When he left the hospital he had a prescription for antibiotics in one hand and note from the doctor in the other. The note basically explained what procedure had been done and the necessity of new packing and dressing every other day for the next week or so.
... Now I have something to shop around to editors and agents and whatnot. This week I've been busy proofreading, revising and filling in the gaps here and there. The book is all about personality change in adulthood and the idea of possessing multiple sides of one's own self that can be accessed throughout life. If you're interested in hearing more about it then email me and I can talk your ear off about it!
We went to the North Country Fair last ...
... aware, we are now grandparents of a really cut little girl named, Olivia. She was born on April 3rd and is a true bundle of joy! She is really, really beautiful!
So as you can see, all of this visiting and eating doesn’t just happen in western Canada, but it happens in eastern Canada too! So the next time we connect we’ll be back in Alberta and back on route to the Yukon and Alaska. Thanks for tagging along. We’ll see you all again ...
... no forest, we saw why Anthony was so worried, a fat grizzly bear came poddling out of the forest to the shallow river, it started to fish for salmon. Heading on our way we were soon back on the trail to Athabasca Glacier, we got to our camp site by 5:00pm. Setting up camp and Cybil and Pippa telling jokes we were soon all laughing merrily, going to bed was nice after such an exhausting day. ...