Where are we today ?Hey its Friday! Weekend here, do we care, not much anymore other than to stay away from most stores on the weekend.
My early morning cruise to Plattsville, lightly blowing snow and a nice sunrise as I head into town. Roads are pretty good and the snow ploughs pushing back the snow drifts from the road side. We actually prefer the sand drifts in southern California, almost the same only much warmer.
|see the snow plough , blue light?|
|back to New Hamburg about 8:30 still blowing|
Now got 2 pieces of good news today.
Number one : Suzie's Mom and Dad have a room available at the Retirement home of their choice, just around the corner in New Hamburg. They have been waiting for many years, so checking that out this morning.
Number 2: We are back in Ontario now and Suzie contacted our out of province insurance provider on Tuesday. A refund was deposited into our account this morning over $1,100.00. About 1/2 of what we paid = bonus!
I worked on a few projects today, chat with my sister, check out our coach this afternoon, picked up a few items and the furnace actually fired up and ran for quite a while. Guess it does not like this very cold weather. Now tell me what good is a furnace that does not like cold weather? Maybe just protesting because we are not there?
Suzie and her Dad at the Stratford hospital for the rest of the day, working with the powers that be. They do that and I do this. She sends me a text when they are leaving and I can begin supper prep, no problem there we are a team.
Left over chicken in the freezer great for a chicken pot pie. One of our favorites. For the recipe check this out Easy Chicken Pot Pie recipe click here
Quick easy and tasty.
|just out of the oven|
|add a salad and we are good|
Was a pretty good productive day here. Not too much more snow and not too cold AND a nice sunny day. Not shorts and T-shirts weather but hey its sunny.
Glad you could drop on by for a peak again. If you are down south keep sending those warm weather pictures, please!
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
Check out the interactive map below to see where we have been this past Winter.