Growls and hugs for Aug 7

Keystone basin, RCMP, and Le Marche

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Keystone Basin

Thank you for existing. The flowers are beautiful at the moment. Paintbrushes, arnica, towheaded babies just to name a few. If ever a meadow was made for prancing, this is it. Or biking.

La Marche

You’re the reason I live in Revelstoke. Cheese. Beautiful, beautiful cheese. Don’t ever change.

RCMP

Thank you for keeping our community safe. You have a job I do not think I could do as I don’t like confrontations. And the sight of blood makes me woozy.

Friends

Ever since moving to Revelstoke, people keep coming to visit. I tell myself they’re here to see me, however, that’s probably not true. They never came when I lived in Edson and refused to stop even when they were passing through. Too busy, they said. Hmph!

Roundabouts

My goodness. A simple circle seems to cause so much trouble for drivers. Please, please stop yielding to drivers trying to enter the roundabout. You’re not being polite. You’re being annoying.

Naps

Nothing beats a good nap. Simple. Lovely. And pure. Mmm…You know, never mind my work. I’m going to bed. Night!


 

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