Roblin we ❤ you! Arrived yesterday at dusk after an uneventful drive from Regina, with the obligatory stop at A&W in Melville. In Roblin we bought a MB fishing licence and Nico quickly went to fish at the dock of East Goose Lake where the municipal campground is. And came … » full post and pics!
A small selection of camping pics of this season, even though we have one more trip to go, but it’s in Manitoba 😉
Here in our province, we went to Buffalo Pound, Echo and Moose Mountain (Kenosee Lake), and visited the Hartwell cabin at Buffalo Pound.
Last day at Empower! Surreal to quit the job after 11.5 years! Thanks for all the friendship, leadership, support and fun ❤ PADM rocks!! 🤘
Fun last day with Tim Hortons coffee, Timbits, Dutch stroopwafels, lunch with Tyler T and Marga (forgot to take pic), cake and many selfies 😂… » full post and pics!
Sort of celebrating that I resigned from my job at Empower/ Canada Life today after more than 11 years! Last day will be the 15th. I struggled with the very high productivity goals and the full time hours of this year, leaving me with no energy whatsoever. I love the … » full post and pics!
Cat and Tim got married! It was a gorgeous day at the Buffalo View Campground with Canada Day fireworks at night 🙂
Hopefully the last really $$$$ renovation! We learned a few years ago that our old stucco was cracked and crumbling and we had no choice but to tackle it. And that meant we also had to update our windows before we got new siding! Last year we finally started with … » full post and pics!
We were in Saturday’s newspaper… in Dutch though 😉 – here’s the digital file. Little correction, the last pic is in Buffalo Pound provincial park, not Wascana. And yes, Tim Roth was mentioned too, since he’s to blame for everything 😂
Strange, but this was the first time driving into the States after being here for 11 years! We went to Minot for some shopping and just to get away and see something new 🙂 The weather was clear, but there was some blowing snow, not too bad. We left Friday … » full post and pics!
It can get a bit chilly on the Canadian prairies 😉