|L-R Deni, Courtney, Ginette and Trevor|
|Jeanette and I were given this surprise gift, courtesy of our kids. Nice! Look out for more 'Face Time' conversations while we are away.|
|Easton got this nice John Deere tractor/wagon combo from his maternal great grandmother. He was thrilled to bits.|
|Easton's Uncle Deni got right down to it and began playing with Easton.|
|Easton's dad got busy trying to understand the workings of this large JD grain wagon toy.|
|Oh what fun.....!|
|Just one of the 10 or so plates of food for the main course.|
|L-R Jeanette, me, Trevor and Courtney|
|L-R Doug, Barb, Courntney's grandmother, Ginette, Easton and Jeanette|
|We also celebrated Barb's birthday and Jeanette gifted her some home sewn burping pads. Those will come in handy when she feeds her very first grand child, due this early January.|
|Easton is tired and he is ready to head home for a good night's sleep. He had a fun day!!!|
|Monday morning, Deni lent me a hand to hitch up the fiver and pull it forward.|
|We had to move a few trailers around. With the 5th wheel out of its resting place, the enclosed motorcycle and a utility trailer were positioned behind the locked gates.|
|Moving stuff around|
I spent a good couple of hours just cleaning, sorting and vacuuming inside the fiver. Jeanette was busy putting her home back together, following the big event from the night before.
We did move several items into the 5th wheel and that process will continue today and tomorrow. One of our carbon monoxide alarms is due for changing out and I will do that today - between the other tasks.
Deni flew back home to Edmonton last evening and, following a longer three day visit with her family, Courtney flies back home this Friday.
And that's the way it has been around here...! Two more sleeps before the long load heads south of the medicine line in search of the sunny blue skies.
Thanks for dropping by.