Imagine you are standing here turning in a clockwise circle. Admire the view along with us.
Yesterday I woke up with an awful cold. It was so bad that I dosed myself up with Neo*Citrin and went unconcious most of the day in an attempt to sleep it off. What a waste of a day off. It was snowy and cold so it was actually kind of nice to be able to curl up beside the fire and suffer in relative comfort!
This morning, the awful sinus ache had gone but I am still coughing and sneezing and using my quota of tissues. It was a gorgeous clear, bright morning, which does alot to make me feel better. We bundled up and headed out to the dike. Nothing like sun and fresh air to clear the head.
Binzen always gets excited when we both go for walkies with him, as they are usually much longer when we both go. He doesn't mind swimming in water that has ice along its banks!
The dusting of snow that we got yesterday is almost gone from the ground, but is still low on the hills making for a lovely winter scene. How can you live here, surrounded by all this beauty and not feel uplifted on a day like this. This is my medicine. My daily dose of tranquillity.
These photos were all taken from the same area in a clockwise turn. With the first one facing Burke Mountain in the North-West. The second one, with Keith saluting you, is more of a directly North shot. The third shot, panning around to the Golden Ears Mountains in the North-East. The black and white, is of Mount Baker, which shows from the South, across the boarder in the United States. It is actually a Volcano. Panning slightly futher to the South-West is this farm with no mountains in sight behind it. Keep heading that way and you get out to the South Fraser Valley.
Tommorrow its back to work and the usual grind. I have my review with my boss in the morning. I hope this cold has cleared up a bit more for that! Keith was given a bonus at work. The company has some seasons tickets for the Vancouver Canucks. They are really good seats, in the fifth row! He got the tickets for an upcoming game as a thanks for working so hard lately. Ive never been to a live NHL game, it should be lots of fun!