Well, the big day finally arrived and our new house was delivered to the lot. It seems like a long time since we began the process. We were up and out the door early this morning suspecting the truckers might have moved in the dark to avoid the Kelowna rush hour traffic. Sure enough, as we approached the park, one unit was parked just off the highway. The other one was already on the lot but still hooked to the truck. We enjoyed watching the whole process which turned out to be pretty slick. The only downside was the strong NE wind that chilled us to the bone.
We moved back in to the motorhome this past Friday. We will probably be in the motorhome until sometime in May. The company is saying they think they need another six weeks to complete the finishing inside and the deck and carport. We’ll see how close they are to their timing. Somewhere along there we need to have our appliances delivered and we need to buy a couple of mattresses and box springs to go with our bed frames. After we get moved in, we will figure out what other furnishings we need to look for.
I’m looking forward to flower season. So far we’ve seen a few buttercups and this morning when Aileen walked up the river from the lot she saw a yellow bell (fritillary) bloom. I hope to get the timing right for going up to the flower meadows we discovered last spring.