|Early this Sunday morning.|
|Jeanette and I hosted a New Year's Day get together with our neighbours|
|An outing with Grand Papa - Me on foot and Easton on his Strider bicycle.|
|Our little house guests.|
|Our little Brie will be celebrating her very first birthday this mid-February. Nana showed her the birthday gift that she will unwrap come the special day.|
|These two children are very good at entertaining themselves.|
|Easton stores his play motorcycles in the playhouse garage.|
On snow day Sunday, Easton was looking forward to going outside. Nana obliged and before long, they were outdoors frolicking in the snow. A snowman got built and both were proud of their work. Easton chose to name the snowman 'Frosty'. Seemed fitting enough.
|He was not too keen on riding his bicycle, so it seems. It was a damp cold outdoors.|
|Once Frosty was named, Easton and Nana were back indoors.|
|Owen plans to 'FaceTime' .......!|
I am sure some neighbours (and passengers in cars driving by) must have believed I had flipped my lid. Before composing this blog, I was outdoors in the snow and sleet to wash our Nissan. It needed a good wash. Sitting dirty in the garage for an extended period is not something I can easily accept. So....in the pouring rain, I put soap to sponge and carefully washed our truck before driving and locking it in our garage.
Even with reasonable rain gear, I still got quite wet. The rain came down hard.....! And it was quite cool out. But, I accomplished my goal. It is stored and it's clean.
This will be our last post from Langley, British Columbia. The next post will be from the US southwest....and, ideally in much nicer weather.
Ginette has graciously offered to get up early on Monday morning, collect us at our home and drive us over the US/Canada border to the Bellingham, WA airport for our early morning return flight to Las Vegas.
Christmas at home was a gift in itself and we now look forward to the journey ahead.
Thanks for dropping in.