Friday, December 16, 2005
The annual Christmas pageant at Christ Church Cathedral. Grandpa Jack was once again Simeon, at the end of the play. Russell was his assistant - helping him walk toward the Baby Jesus at the right time. All agreed he did a fine job - strong voice, no lines missed. Hurrah!
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Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Now I'm 64 - must admit it. Ros threw me a party Dec. 2, the day. I sang, "Will you still need me, will you still feed me?..." I do still feel needed, and Lord knows, I'm well fed. Note the heat from all those candles.
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Saturday, November 12, 2005
Remembrance Day, Nov. 11, 2005. We spent it at home, reading a relaxing. Especially Ros. Grandpa Kellett wasn't marching in the parade so we watched the ceremonies from Ottawa on television.
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Sunday, November 06, 2005
David listened to the game on his radio while Jack watched from his scooter. We were in the disabled section since we were with him. they weren't bad seats. Enjoyed it, but it took too long to get a taxi afterwards.s
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Went to the BC Lions vs Saskatchewan football game Saturday. We were in the end zone. BC lost, 13 to 12. It doesn't seem like a football stadium, but a big room. People seemed to be enjoying it though.
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Wednesday, October 12, 2005
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I went up with David. Here he is driving the Sorrento tractor, threatening to run me over. Also helping out is Arthur Nash.
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I'll have to admit that poaching this pig was a bit gross. I had to turn it for over an hour. Actually, this wasn't my view of it, the rear end was.
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Sunday, October 02, 2005
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On the way back Ros and I stopped in at the Old Grist Mill near Keremeos, which is still working.. for tourists, not to grind flour as it did for 20 years in the late 1800s.
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We were lucky with the weather. While it rained a bit, generally not when were were out, and what rain there was came with a rainbow. Ros took this picture.
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It is a beautiful area. This is not far from Naramata and the Kettle Valley bicycle trail - actually shot from the trail. This grpe grower has put his vines under nets, which isn't all that common, it seemed, though nets are used to cover the grapes.
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Ros and I went with six friends to the Okanagan this weekend, Oct. 1 & 2, to relax and tour wineries. Here we are at one of them - Valerie, Paul, John, Kitty (almost hidden), Ray, and Ros. Donna has stepped to the side to look at something other than wine.
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Monday, September 26, 2005
She was even able to tell the players which direction to go in - oh, no, this is ruling in favour of the red team...
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Friday, September 23, 2005
Russell was at the event all day, helping out. He brought the "love bike" which I sat on while the blessing took place. Afterwards Jane came, and with some other friends we went for supper.
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The Environmental Task Force of the Diocese of New Westminster sponsored a blessing during Vancouver's Car Free Day on Thursday (Sept. 22). Here the Rev. Peter Fischer is blessing me, or the bicycle, or both (I forget) assisted by Paige Dampier, of the sponsoring group. We didn't attract too many people to this event, but it was fun and I think worthwhile.
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