Our daughter and her family are moving to Ottawa in June, so it'll likely be a long, long time before we're ever back here again.
Today's header pic was taken in Meat Cove, one of the most beautiful, remote parts of the province.
One of the best campsites we stayed at in June of 2011.
This coming Tuesday, we fly back to Las Vegas and then we're back in the motorhome for the drive up through Utah. We've never been to Utah before, and we're really looking forward to it. Only problem is that we don't have much time there because we have to be at our summer job in Cabri, Saskatchewan in time for May 1st.
So we'll stay in the southern part of Utah for as long as possible and then we'll do several long driving days to get us into Canada for the end of April.
And then, it's five months of work.
But that's okay.
We're going back to work at the same campground that we were at last year, so this is the first time that we know what kind of a situation we are walking into. And we know that the park and equipment is in good shape because it's us who left it that way!
And, we know that five months of work actually goes by quite quickly, especially when there's a light at the end of the tunnel.
Our facebook fans have already seen this.
What we do with the grandkids to keep them (and us) occupied!
No idea yet what travel is in store for us when we finish up at the end of September, but I've got my eyes open for a flight deal. Sort of thinking that maybe we'll drive the motorhome back into the states and fly somewhere from there for six weeks or so and then fly back and continue driving south back into Mexico. Maybe Thailand, or Camobodia or something. But, anywhere with decent weather that's new to us would be fine! Arizona was fun, but certainly not something we would do every year. And to be honest, we missed Mexico. And then maybe we can fly out of Mexico City somewhere for another month or six weeks away. We'd like to go somewhere in South America. Colombia keeps coming up in my mind!
Yesterday, we took the kids to a place called Roos Playhouse. It's a kind of a giant indoor playground for little kids.
Cameron, on the climbing wall.
Having fun with the balls.
Dropped the kids of at preschool this morning, so we've got a few hours on our own. Ruth is cleaning Lindsey's oven and I'm cleaning her computer! She picked up a virus somewhere along the way and it's a tough one to get rid of. But I'm confident I can get it done.
Cameron has a very special looking clock in his room, and so I did some research on it. Toddlers obviously can't tell the time, so when they wake up in the morning (or in the middle of the night) they don't know if they should get up. This clock stays blue if its still bedtime, but if the clock is yellow, it must mean the sun is shining and they can get up.
Lindsey says that this clock is the best thing they bought to make their life easier with Cameron. He totally loves it, and will stay in his room when he wakes up until it turns yellow. And that's exactly what he does.
At night, the clock is blue.
When it's okay to get up, it turns yellow!
It's called a Gro Clock. It's made in the U.K., and although it's available on Amazon.com you will get the UK version that needs a voltage adapter. Better for our U.S. readers to buy it off Amazon.ca where they sell the 120 volt version and pay for extra shipping. If you have grandkids this age, their parents will love you for it!
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