|Ginette receives a knitted blanket and jacket for her baby to be, from Grandma Biro, Trevor's grandmother. Trevor is our son in law and dad to be.|
|Grandma Biro's hand knitted clothing. Jeanette is looking in too.|
|No shortage of food.|
|Back Row L-R Daughter Tracey, Son Wesley, Son Trevor.|
Front Row L-R Warren's mom, Warren, a grand niece, and Warren' s father, Tony.
|Goofing off with their dad.|
|It was a fitting party to usher Warren into the 60's|
|Shot from inside our living room.|
Jeanette went online to learn that it is not really unusual for birds to see themselves reflected in windows; take offense at a supposed competing male and try to attack it.
This Robin would not give up. The WEB site suggested taping newsprint on the window to discourage the behavior. I did that but the Robin kept trying to fly and jump higher. This male was not going to give up.
It has since returned every day but our knocking on the window scares him off. We're hoping that it has understood that its pursuit of attack on a reflective male is fruitless.
|After dealing with the Robin, we left for a nice Sunday motorcycle ride.|
|The lake was quiet. It was pleasant to just walk, sit and enjoy the tranquility.|
|Only a few others like us took advantage and were sitting on the beach.|
|You can see the snow capped mountains in the distance.|
The rain will keep us focused on indoor type activities - primarily completing our paper work to deliver our income tax stuff to our accountant.
Thanks for dropping by.