|Wednesday -Rolling through Seattle, WA - before the afternoon rush hour.|
|Rolling up to the smallest Canada border entry at Aldergrove, BC|
|Good to be back home.|
|Got busy with unloading the motorcycle and disconnecting the swivel wheel.|
Early evening had us 'Face Timing' Deni, Courtney and Owen in Edmonton. We were thrilled to chat up baby Owen before his bed time. To have the ability to 'Face Time' or Skype is such a treat. It is the next best thing to actually being there in person. It was nice to catch up on their lives since we saw them last, only a few weeks back, in Palm Springs.
|A Thursday morning visit with Easton and his little baby sister, Brie.|
|Brie, @ six weeks old, is thriving. Her Nana was quick to pick her up for cuddles.|
|Easton's birthday gift. He was so quick to ride this two wheeler......and he could not get enough of it. We played outdoors for well over an hour.|
|This took a lot of time to ice but the reaction from Easton was worth the effort.|
|All dressed up and ready to devour.|
|While Jeanette was busy with the cake making process, I backed the 5th wheel on the driveway, unhitched the truck and began the process of moving stuff back into the house.|
|Trevor's dad, Warren, and I engage Easton during our dinner.|
|When the 'Thomas The Train' cake was presented to Easton, he was thrilled.....and anxious to get a taste of it.|
|Oh...man....is that cake gooooooood.....|
By 8:30 Thursday evening, Jeanette and I were back home. Other than a bit of TV and computer stuff, we soon called it a night.
|Along with the numerous other tasks that needed doing, the 1st priority, on Friday morning, was to re-fill the hot tub and power it up. We got to enjoy it last evening.|
|The little golf 'dammit doll' that Hector/Diane and Art/Connie gave me. It is the neatest thing. I will carry it in my golf bag and share it with my golfing buddies when they execute a nasty golf shot.|
|Our 2 year old Easton. Happy little fella, he is!|
This Saturday morning I am off to help our son in law, Trevor, with a renovation project he is doing on one of his rental suites. It has been rented to an RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) member who plans to move in this mid-May. Trevor chose to replace all flooring now that the previous long term renter has vacated the suite. His dad, Warren, lent a hand to complete two bedrooms and I'll lend a hand with the living room flooring.
Thanks for dropping in.