Sunday, August 31, 2014
The year goes on.
Looking at the rainy view outside our window, and considering the rapidly shortening days, I think that we've reached the end of summer. We'll probably have a few more sporadic nice days, but autumn is near. We've had some beautiful months, weatherwise, reminiscent of California, without the drought which people have to deal with there. We've also been lucky that there have been no floods here, devastating storms, or forest fires, events which were experienced by many people in other parts of this continent.
Winter fun is coming up - skiing in the local mountains, or at Whistler. We live in a beautiful part of the world here in Canada. Let's be thankful.
Posted by Karl at 11:36 AM