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They are getting close to pouring the foundation walls. 0One of the first things we did after arriving, was to take all of the blankets off of the bed. Wednesday, we started laundry, packed away the winter clothes and brought out the summer ones. Jean set up our “outdoor space”, complete with our table, BBQ, mat and chairs. Jean has volunteered to mow our lawn and help build picnic tables for the RV park. We met with a multitude of doctors, dentists, specialists and hairstylist.
2By Friday, we were able to return to our walks around the neighborhood.
The other often didn’t get the chance to say much.) One afternoon, another grandson, joined in the fun as well. We are finding different ways to navigate the city, and find ourselves lost, even with our GPS! Not difficult, but as it rained most of the day, (and please know we are most grateful it is rain and not snow) Jean was wet covered in mud. The weather advisory for the area originally said 9 p.m. We had rain the entire trip, with about half the time mixed with sleet and snow, especially at higher elevations. Once in Missoula, there were no signs of snow, only a mist of rain. We went to sleep with the windows open and no space heater on.
Cheryl and Mike didn’t miss a beat, even when 2 colonoscopies interrupted the week (TMI if I share anything further on that). We are amazed that a city of approximately 100,000 has such dense traffic. We also only have 30 amps, so have to turn the heat pumps off and anything else that uses much power, if we want to use anything like the toaster, microwave or hairdryer. We have a wonderful view of the neighboring mountains (big hills? I drove the first 3.5 hours of the trip, although should have let Jean drive, as he was on the edge of passenger seat, driving with me….”you know these are summer tires, watch out, the retarder break can seize up in this weather, can’t go to fast, don’t use the cruise control, try your breaks…” and other helpful comments. We remedied that quickly, and with the time change yesterday, found ourselves up early.
evening, where they walked around and looked at the displayed vintage cars. We have met our campground neighbors, who are also awaiting the completion of the house they are building. 0Monday, I had clients, and a visit with my 2 ½ year old friend Betty (and mom Georgia). At least we got a walk in Saturday afternoon before we gorged. Dayle was our official photographer, and unfortunately hasn’t sent any photos our way.
1Dayle came to the rescue and sent a photo from our visit last week with Owen, Ellie and their parents. We have checked out the YMCA, found a circuit we can walk around the neighborhood that passes by orchards, horses, llamas and numerous fruit stands. It was definitely warmer in Kelowna than Calgary and we noticed the trees were in full bloom. Once home, we unpacked and began making a list of all the things we need to do in these first few days at home. Sunday we were up and off to meet our friends Dayle and Norm’s newest grand baby. Instead we have a photo of Jean’s brother Langis at the provincial bowling championship held at Chinook Centre bowling alley.