Thursday, November 3, 2011

New Chapter

It has been 6 days since we left Alberta! 
Three days ago...we arrived where planting season is starting!!
For a native Albertan...planting in November....well that is just unheard of.

 We  arrived at our new part time 'winter' home.
 Today... I think my unpacking is unpacked.
 I will soon be able to catch up on some blogging!

13 comments:

  1. It looks very cute mom. I kinda think we should just drive the extra 3 and crash your place;)
    You're fast! It looks all in order;)

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  2. Have fun in your home away from home. I look forward to posts about the area.

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  3. Sounds interesting, looking forward to hearing all about it.

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  4. i thought the last blog entry was pictures of "packing up" not unpacking.

    it's cute and comfy and i am assuming someplace warm. that's a great thing!!!

    so spill the beans, where are you!!

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  5. can't wait to find out where you are...

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  6. oooohhhhh…lots of ideas for a facelift in my head!!!! Luv the tree outside!!

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  7. Dawn... I am fast when it comes to living in a mess...you get that right?..plus it's less than 400 sq ft:) (and we love that size! and I think thats enough floor for all 6 of you...LOL)
    We are in Arizona... I did blog about this area back in March...so I am hoping to find new things to post! And yes to us it is warm warm warm...even the evenings when it goes to 50...we are warm!!

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  8. Wow, good for you! No winter and the snow to contend with there... kind of makes me want to get on the plane to Australia sooner than mid January! :-) Enjoy your fun in the sun!

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  9. Good luck in your cozy new winter home.. hmm valleys with palm trees surrounded by mountains spell California to me.

    Hugs,
    Pam

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  10. Hi I'm replying to your comment about our winters - over the last couple of years we have had cold snowy winters, but usually it is VERY wet and windy. I much prefer the cold to the rain.

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