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Post  Kelejan on 10/28/2020, 3:12 am

We had our first snow, about 5cm, on Sunday 25th October, giving us here in the Southern Interior of British Columbia a winter wonderland.

I think this is the earliest that I can remember since being in Canada.  By the following day the day the snow had fallen from the trees so that was the end of the wonderland part.  Now we still have snow on the ground  and have to be careful walking due to the melt/freeze cycle we have here in the Columbia River valley.  A few miles away of course up in Rossland I am sure they are already skiing and snowboarding.

We have to have snow tires when driving though the passes.  When driving to Vancouver we have three passes to negotiate so always have to check the weather forecast.

My garden now is on hold, just mowing the lawn but even that has come to an end. I was thankful these past few month that I have space and a view, unlike so many who have to live in apartments and tower blocks.  My cat Pal enjoyed his new cattery that I built on my front deck, but now the cold weather is here, he only goes out for a short while as it is getting too cold for him as he is an indoor cat.

My relocation to England is on hold so I am downsizing as much as I can for now, it is unbelievable how much stuff one has when living in the same place since 1996.
When I get to England I doubt that I will have 900 square feet to live in, but I will have part of a two-acre garden area to make my own garden and I am looking forward to that, but not before 31 March of next year when I will start from scratch once more.
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Post  Kelejan on 11/11/2020, 6:13 pm

Remembrance  Day and here in the Southern Interior we were lucky not to have the snow of my precious posting. 

I  know we were supposed not to go to our local services, but it went very well, with obvious distancing.  One could tell that all of us were keeping to out small groups, me with a group of one as I have no family here.  I would not say it was mild, but it was bearable.  I well remember in years past standing a a foot of snow and all the veterans in wheelchairs were feeling so cold.

I hope everyone watched the TV as instructed.  I think our local service was handled very well.
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