I just can't believe it.
I was trying to ignore it.
This will be their second week.
Eldest is in grade twelve. (She was not going to school until the next day)
I can't b.e.l.e.i.v.e. how young her mother looks...
The temperature for the next two nights will be dipping precariously close to freezing.
A mere four degrees lower and we're goners.
It may as well be Christmas.
If you ask Costco... it already is.
I'm still wearing flip flops though.
Why? Because I'm having a hard time saying goodbye to summer.
Besides even though it's close to freezing in the mornings,
by the afternoon you'd swear it was a beautiful summer's day.
The beauty of the north.
If you were following us on Instagram
you saw much of what we did over the last two and a half months.
Unlike Instagram though this post is not necessarily in chronological order.
Grizzlies walking just a hundred yards from our trailer.
We went to the farm with the mice
It was way better than I expected so I will be sharing it with you later on down the blogging road.
Thank you Agronomist for installing my new state of the art dryer : )!
I have now found a new photography niche.
Post to come : )
Youngest rode horses.
We weren't able to buy her a horse so instead she had to settle for a hamster.
The tours have also been penciled in to my blogging calendar.
A little place we found out about on TV.
All I have to say is... peach pie.
We bought a new (first for us) patio set.
Good bye picnic table...sniff.
We are all grown up now.
The Agronomist planted a canola crop,
which his father-in-law inspected.
But the only thing that has been harvested so far?
All in all,It was a darn good summer.