Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August. 2006
Nice and sunny again but a cool north wind most of the day. After my morning coffee I headed to Kitchener in search of 2 new lawn chairs that I was told were available at Zellers, for the exact ones that we wanted. After searching 3 stores in town I found the last 2 blue ones in stock. A high backed lawn chair with a reclining backrest, very comfortable.
our new blue chairs
Once the chair project was accomplished I called ma and dropped by for a coffee, did a minor repair to her front porch and trimmed a couple of trees in the back yard, a nice visit.
Back home to begin preparing our supper of BBQ'd spare ribs and pigtails with mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, carrots and a salad for supper, a special treat for us. While the tails were simmering Sandy and I ran to town for a few items and pick up the new tire for the lawn tractor so I can get back at it on friday. Then after supper we sat at our campsite for a bit watching the sunset and giving Omer a few treats.
Strange Canadian Laws
In Alberta 1914 you were forbidden to build a home with a roof made of a inflammable material such as manure, hay or straw, however wood was not considered inflammable.
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