Monthly Archives: November 2013

Steel Grey

It was a cold, hard morning walk. The rain and wind were blowing in from the South and East, and they were cold.  Only the eagles soaring overhead seemed unaffected by the weather. Branches all around us were dripping with water.  … Continue reading

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On any Given Sunday!

Last Sunday we walked at Morrel Sanctuary. As we started up the path, we got to watch a small drama being played out on the side of a red Cedar.  Please excuse the blurriness of some of the pictures – … Continue reading

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Prelimary Pictures

For Cow Girl Knits! It was gorgeous this afternoon at GP Cottonwood Stables.  Cottonwood Stable specializes in teaching all riders, young and old. The Stable owner, Selena, greeted us when we arrived and graciously gave the run of her property.  … Continue reading

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Break Time

The kettle is on for tea and it is time for a break from knitting. This day got off to the beautiful start.  As the sun rose it coloured the clouds in the sky a beautiful coral pink.  The day … Continue reading

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Two deadlines!  I apparently like to keep busy! Some more pictures from our September trip to Long Beach.  We spent a full day at the beach, taking side trips to a couple of the path’s through the forest behind us.  … Continue reading

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From Harlequin to Heron

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Scenic Sunday and Monday at Neck Point and Bowen Parks! Happy Walking Lynette

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In Remembrance

My grandfather, Cecil James Le Tissier served in both the First and Second World Wars. My father, Maurice Cecil Le Tissier was in the Navy for ten years, and started his service with the Korean War. Service was a significant part … Continue reading

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