I've been quite sick for the past ten days or so and still not doing great. I had gone for a soup and a bun lunch at the clubhouse the Sunday before last and a couple days later started feeling poorly. Another couple who were there got sick the same time as me and they tested positive for Covid. I didn't get tested but that's probably what I have. Yesterday was my first time out to try a walk and I went again this morning and managed today's few images. Tonight I don't feel as well again.
Friday, March 31, 2023
Tuesday, March 21, 2023
A few photos from yesterday and today.
Monday, March 20, 2023
Okay guys, here we go. Tim and Janet were pretty close with their guesses but only as far as yes, those were scrambled eggs. However, the purple was sauerkraut our son Richard made from purple cabbage. The mixture of colours was caused by the purple dye mixing with the yellow in the eggs. And I must say it was very tasty!
Sunday, March 19, 2023
Yesterday was our first really nice day with the temperature getting up to 15C/59F! The bushes and trees were alive with chirping birds some of which I managed to capture with my camera. Later we went and did a bit of geocaching and found six caches.
Friday, March 17, 2023
We made a quick trip up to Salmon Arm today to deal with some tax issues. Of course I took a camera along with us. We were pretty surprised how much snow was still covering the fields and even some roofs near Salmon Arm. Way behind what we have here at home. We took the main highway to Salmon Arm but took a series of back roads on the way home.
Thursday, March 16, 2023
Wednesday, March 15, 2023
I captured the finch yesterday afternoon and the woodpecker this morning. We got up to 12C/54F this afternoon which is very welcome.
Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Managed to get a few shots on my walk this morning. The parasailer took off from the top of McIntyre Bluff but he didn't have enough of an updraft so he made a couple of circles then disappeared heading down to land at Covert Farms, I guess. This quail decided to pose for me. Generally they get out of sight as quickly as they can, stymying my attempts to photograph them.