It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Grandchildren's Day.

Our Location Today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Even after all the excitment we had yesterday things got better today. The only negative we had was the temperatures were slowly sliding back closer to normal for this time of year which is below freezing. Still can't complain because the forecast is expecting it to warm back up by the middle of next week.

Kathy has continued to research our up coming travels and has started making reservations. There is a problem that has arisen because we are in travel mode during the July 4 weekend many campgrounds are not accepting one or two day reservations and will only accept three day bookings. She's still looking around but has been trying to deal with this problem for the last few days.

Greg our son-in-law had a chance to go snowmobiling with his friends. Even though we have had little snowfall around here up in northern Ontario they have lots of that white stuff. So grandpa was asked a favour of picking Kylla our granddaughter up from school 3:00 for the rest of the week.

Also tonight Karen needed to go to the funeral home to pay her respects to a relative and she had to drop Kylla back at school to sing for another school function. Now there was a problem because that meant that Tyler could not stay home by himself so he came to visit and we told him to bring his swim suit. He didn't mind coming over to visit before but now he has another reason for coming over.

After Karen was done at the funeral home she stopped for a short visit when picked up Tyler then went to pick Kylla at a friends house. A busy day for them. A happy day for us!

Tonight we would definitly like to catch up on thanking people that have been following our blog. There has been a problem in the past of not being able to access their post and I've slowly been finding ways around this so we get to better know them. That has been the number one reason why we were not thanking people in the order that they started following us.

So tonight we'll start by Thanking Kimberly and Jerry Peterson from the blog Hit The Road JACK. who have been following our post and relate their experiences of fulltiming and occasional jobs on the road. Next we'd like to say Thank you to Donna and Ralph from the blog Our Adventures With Tassie who have taken the time from their travels to help care for their grandchildren while their daughter recovers from surgery. Now we'd like to Thank Sue and Doug Bedniak from Big Dawg and Freeway for following us amid their travels and off-roading while sharing the adventure with their Fur Kids. Also we'd like to Thank Bob and Vicky from the blog Cedar Creekin who just retired at the end of the year and are finally out to enjoy life.Finally we'd like to thank followers Chris & Deb Allsop, Judie Seeders, the Ark Travelers, Snookie Queen, Wild Blue Yonder and Wanderin. Unfortunately try as I may I couldn't find any references to blog posts or any other way of contacting you other than joining social circles which is not something we do. Again Thank You to all our Followers.

Remember at the start of this post I said the upcoming forecast is for near normal temperatures until next week. That only makes it that much more that we'd like to see spring start sooner than March 20th in 42 days. Stay Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.

Krackers

You might be a Redneck if

You fish coins out of public fountains.

3 comments:

  1. thanks for the shout out!..one day soon you will be heading out on some great adventures!..planning is half the fun!!!

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  2. Sounds like a busy day with the grands...but it sure is fun to spend time with grandkids.

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  3. you sure had a fun busy day with the grands...we so miss ours...it wont' be long now and you'll be on the road too :) Happy planning...

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