Passing through

Well, the weekend is proving to be busy!

On Thursday evening, I was able to spend time with my daughter and her family in Birch Hills, Saskatchewan.  Three grandkids are a handful – and a handful I would be more than glad to have around at anytime. 

We ate together and enjoyed exploring new cell phones that had been bought.  I went for a walk with the two oldest grandchildren in the rain – amazing how shoes can hold as much water as the last puddle they stepped in.

From there I headed to a wedding rehearsal I was overseeing.  The rain of the weekend plagued us all the way along.  This was to have been an outdoor wedding on a beach in Northern Saskatchewan – a place called Waskesiu.  Instead we all ended up inside enjoying close fellowship.

Friday night was a family gathering – at least for me this was the new family I will become an official part of in a month’s time.  My reason for being there was that I was officiating my “to be” nephew’s wedding – this was the rehearsal party. 

The next morning, Saturday, the rain continued.  By 10:00 we were off to set up the alternate site – a beautiful rustic hall, then the wedding, then the reception and by 8:30 in the evening I was back on the road, headed to Airdrie where there is a concert tomorrow.  This past evening I was able to get a few hours of sleep here in Kindersley and as I write this I am preparing to head out to a concert in Airdrie this afternoon.

On the road again! 

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  1. A lot of jouneys these days, Ron. Rather unusual circumstances I guess. You will be loking forward to calmer days ahead !

  2. Hope you slow down soon, Ron. You are making me tired just reading about your adventures. But really, I’m certain that you are having a great time. Take care, Ron.

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