No single event generated enough photos to make the effort of writing a web page worthwhile in the fall or early winter, so, as usual, there is one big update.
First up is a flower and bark study.
Followed by some cousin photos.
In November, we went to the Eagle Festival at Harrison Mills.
In December, we had to be rescued from the Egyptian pyramid at Ellen's work Christmas party.
Sunrise in New Westminster looks a little like Egyptian architecture.
We met the Fangs at Town Centre Park just before Christmas.
After Christmas, we went to Kamloops and spent most of the time inside doing a "Can You Spot?" puzzle.
We also went to the Hui's Christmas gathering.
The big news for 2019 is that Ellen and Jim finally decided where they are going to retire. And the answer is... Princeton! We made several trips to confirm the town and lot had what we needed.
On one trip, we stayed in the 80 year old Riverside Cabins.
We have not been on many walks this year but we did do the "inlet horseshoe".