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2By Friday, we were able to return to our walks around the neighborhood.I had dropped a floor tile on the joint of my big toe earlier in the week.Tip: Sign in to your account to avoid repeating this across your devices. The basement floor slab is in and the carpenters are framing the basement before they put the main floor joists on. We have tracked down another consultant and have high hopes the returns will be completed by the end of June. Besides catching up with one another’s lives, laughing lots and having some good cries with one another, we watched a couple of movies, took some great walks, and did a bit of shopping, cooking, and entertaining. I was terrified I had left the oven on, left bacon cooking…. 1Summer is definitely here in Kelowna, with temperatures hovering in low 30s during the day and mid-teen at nigh (all Celsius of course! Meg has left for Edmonton this morning to be with her friends Sheila and Maryanne. Still much to do around the campground as the grass just keeps on growing and needs to be cut.
Over the weekend, our campground is sponsoring remote control car races. Thankfully, these cars are quiet, as are the drivers. Each time I opened the oven door, the smoke alarm went off. We grabbed our phones and purses and went outside where we spent the next 45 minutes. Apparently, there was no fire (and thankfully the alarm was not related to my bacon cooking activities). She would not buy my argument that riding was harder and more technical than pushing the mower. She was so fast on the mower that I had trouble getting a still pic of her!!!
30C/90F, and it isn’t even the heat of summer yet), with no rain. We still have hopes of taking classes at the YMCA, but my toe joint is still swollen and painful. We had dinner with friends Clara and George last week. Second interaction with the fire department in a week. Now I find out my consultant is sick/quit and unable to not only complete 2016, but hasn’t started on 2017.
Early morning walks before the heat takes over, an appointment or two each day finalizing house details, checking on the progress of our house, researching (Kelowna/our future travels/future purchases, etc.) on the i Pad and ending our day, sitting in the shade of the RV watching a bit of news and having dinner. Last year’s returns are still not done, despite my dropping them off last year with a plan to pick the completed returns this April in Calgary.
They had spent the day looking at houses in the area. 0We spent the afternoon building picnic tables for the campground. After perfecting the first, we were a house on fire, completing the next 6 in 2 hours. We now have chosen our hardwood and tiles for the house.
Another Alberta convert to British Columbia living. We spent much of the day sitting outside our RV, visiting with friend Ian, (and another short visit with Rob and Anna) from Ontario. We made a trip to the garage door and interior door vendors and have now signed off on those as well.