On Easter Monday morning we and our company decided to walk the Rotary trail while the guys golfed the Rotary golf course. We were hoping to catch glimpses of each other along the way.
After Henry’s Pond we caught a glimpse of the guys across the way.
They drove over to get as close to us as they could.
The littles ran to their dads and Uncle Joshie.
I didn’t have my long lens camera but was able to catch some blurry long distance shots of this pretty bird that is blue.
We had a good time on this cold morning.
Today is the last day of April. It has been a busy April and today I’ll be in the kitchen at church again for the third funeral/memorial service this month. Our church tries to help in any way we can to take some of the burden off the family who’s loved ones have been ushered to heaven. Whatever you can do before your time comes to make arrangements and help with the financial burden would be good to do. My parents paid for their plots and other costs associated with their funerals ahead of time and that was such a relief. The best thing you can do is to make sure you know you are going to be with Jesus. The alternative is not good in any way shape or form. Today is the best time to make peace with God through Jesus Christ.
I showed you our peeps. I showed you the birds. Here are the general views on the Colville Dominion Meadows Rotary Trail.
Is this our first moose sighting in Colville? It’s only a silhouette. I think I need one for my back acres. Or maybe a bear…
Just to prove I was on the walk here’s my shadow of me in my hat!
The last shot I took on our way back to our cars.
Now all I need to do is to drag Dear out early in the morning to walk this trail with me before he gets carried away with working on his shop!!
Here we go into another week. We are in a very rainy pattern in our neck of the woods. We head to Spokane this week for my follow-up appointment from my surgery last year. It was cancelled in March because of COVID-19 but now they are ready to have me come in. Dear will have to wait in the car instead of coming in with me.
On Mother’s Day weekend we met up at the Rotary Trail at the Golf course in Colville for a morning walk. Josh and Laura were part of the Virtual World Concern 5K to raise money to fight human trafficking, Free Them 5K.
It was a beautiful morning for a walk.
Addy walked most of the trail but she also was able to climb into “Bob” when she got a little weary.
Laura and Joshua’s Company were able to raise a good chunk of money for the cause.
Addy is telling Uncle Josh that this sign says, “no dog pooping here”.
Back to the car and it was time for a nap for this little guy. So nice to get snuggles! We all headed back to our house for Swedish Pancakes and Little Smokies, thanks Dear!
In future posts I’ll share the birds and other things we saw from the trail. We will definitely take advantage of this nice trail in the future.