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January 11 to 17, 2021

Where are we?

Monday to Wednesday, January 11 to 13, 2021

Our days are filled  with little things.

With the snow and cold weather we had over the last few days, I went to check out the ice. With our binoculars, we also noticed some lumps of snow on the water. I am checking them out.

This is what I found with the camera. With the first really cold weather we just had, some of the swans did not survived.
The sad part is that swans mate for life. The other partner does not understand what is happening. They stay close. Sad.

Some ducks also did not survive the first cold nights.

On my way back home.

Natasha at daycare, learning to paint.

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Natasha is helping her mom drying dishes.

Jannie and Jan are here for supper tonight. We are having a roast of lamb. Green apples caramelized in maple syrup. Mash potatoes and green beans with some gravy.

The food was good. The conversation was a lot of fun.

We had a great time with our friends. They are part of our bubble.

Friday, January 15, 2021

At the daycare Pomme d'Api where Natasha goes, they are celebrating the January anniversaries. Natasha's birthday is in a few days.

For the past week or so, we saw a fox go by our windows of the sunroom. By the time we take the camera, he is gone too far for a good photo. On the left photo, the fox is the black dot on the right of the MH.

Saturday and Sunday, January 16 and 17, 2021

Not much happen today and Sunday. Saturday, when we were coming back from Walmart, I noticed some truck tracks going by the closed fence into the RV Park. I texted Jan to let him know. As I suspected, it was him who drove into the Park.

By the end of the day Saturday, we had no snow left on the ground. The rain, coupled with a temperature of +5° C. made for fast melting snow.

Sunday was a quiet day at home. I went for a 5 km walk. Michele watched a few movies.

Until next time.

Life is good...

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