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Merry Christmas!

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To all of my blog readers:
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas
filled with the people
that mean the most to you,
the decorations
that remind you of childhood…
and the peace
that comes from within.

Starscapes and other things

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I went camping with friends for September long… it’s become a tradition, and we’ve been camping together (with generally the same group of people) since 2006. Lots of memories. In addition to the usual chatting, eating, relaxing and hiking, I learned a few new things.
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Dancing to fiddle music

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Just over a week ago, my sister, two of my nieces and I joined Mom and Dad at an old time dance in Portage La Prairie. I had so much fun… the most fun I’ve had (dancing) in a while. Many years ago now, my Dad (and sometimes my Mom and brother Warren) taught me to waltz and polka. At one point I also knew how to two-step, but its going to take some practice before I remember it properly again. Anyways, it was really fun to hang out with my family, dance for a couple of hours and spin round and round the dance floor with my Dad.
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My kind of river trail

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On Saturday, while my nephew Ian was playing in a hockey game, my sister Elaine & I went out with Erin and Dion to skate on the river. What’s interesting, is I’m fairly certain this is the first time I’ve skated on this river. It amazes me really, because I grew up skating all the time (at the rink at school and at the dugout in our pasture)… and I’ve certainly spent many a summer hour wading through the river. My brother and I even paddled a canoe downstream one summer when the water was high enough that it covered the barbed wire fences. But skate on it? Never.
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Farm Project: December

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I don’t have a lot of farm-related photos from December because my sister and I didn’t head out until our annual family gathering for Christmas. Mom did send me a couple of photos to show the progress on the scale shed that Warren has been building on his yard. When it is done, it will be large enough to park both the semi and grain trailer inside it. On days when it isn’t too cold or windy to safely work, Warren and Dad have been framing in the walls and rafters.
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