Our time continues to pass by with mostly same old, same old
with the odd high spot once in a while.
It would be nice to get this pandemic over and done with! I spend too much time at the computer these
days playing with photos. However, some
of the results are quite satisfying. I’ve
done quite a few photos converted to pencil sketch look-a-likes in the
computer. Some of them print up very
well on mat photo paper so I’ve been making some photo cards from them.
I’ve been posting photos daily to Facebook, sharing with my
friends but have finally used up all the old photos I’ve recently edited. I’ve taken a couple of road trips in the last
couple of weeks. The first was a loop
down to Osoyoos then over to Keremeos and back to Penticton. I explored several back roads I hadn’t been
on before which is always fun and sometimes very rewarding
photographically. The second was a run
up to Salmon Arm this past Monday for our mail.
First mail since January 6 and there were five Christmas cards and the
start of our income tax receipts and statements.
Our house should have come off the production line at the
factory yesterday and is scheduled to be delivered to the lot on March 15. They have told us to expect another six weeks
before it is ready for us to move in.
Then the real fun begins…
Gardening season is about to start for us. I unloaded the RZR off the utility trailer
then Karen and I went to Garden Works and filled the trailer with bags of sea
soil, soil enhancer, steer manure and more.
We are going to rejuvenate her raised garden beds and plant some more
blueberries in another spot. A friend
came yesterday and pruned the fruit trees.
The gardening duties will keep us busy until moving time now.