What my father-in-law taught me

My father-in-law, Maurice Burke passed away on Jan 24, 2021. He passed away at home at 90 years old of natural causes late at night surrounded by his wife and daughter. Burke Family a couple years ago In the time since I’ve had some thoughts about what I learned from him. For the past, 10 … Read more

Juice Plus+ vs Vitamins

We often hear I take vitamins so I don’t need Juice Plus+. With the help of Dr. Smokey Santillo, I’ll do my best to explain why that’s not true. Dr. Santillo is the developer of Juice Plus+. He did so to help his father’s nutritional needs during his bought of Cancer.  Dr. Santillo recommends that … Read more

Social Media can bring out the worst

I’ve gotten some strongly worded replies to a couple of posts lately. The replies made me wonder and worry about people’s motivations for replying to someone they don’t know with pretty harsh words. I realize I don’t know people’s situations so I’m not being overly critical. Even though I receive hundreds of supporting replies those … Read more

Christmas Greetings and New Tech

First off and most importantly, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Despite all the restrictions of the pandemic, Della and I had an enjoyable Christmas day. I spent part of Boxing Day creating a Facebook Live to outline what we’ve been up to during the holidays. I’ve Facebook Lived before but never using OBS to … Read more

Merry Christmas 2020

Della and I decided to start a new Christmas tradition this year. Della spent the day baking and we headed out to make some drop-offs and look at Christmas lights. Alberta has such a huge sky that my iPhone Camera can’t do it or the Chinook Arch Justice. I think we captured the “Christmas Star” … Read more

Summer 2020 Memories

I’m writing this in early December. We closed the campground in late October. Of course, 2020 was much different. Since I prefer to focus on the positive this blog focuses on the positive aspects of this past summer. There is positive in every situation and 2020 is no different. Physical distancing and masks were a … Read more

Campground shutdown 2020

It’s late September, the grass is green, days are high teens, nights are high single digits. Still we’re planning to close the campground October 14th. The 2020 season was shortened by the Pandemic and travel was restricted. Still were calling our season 4 a success. The campground is getting pretty quiet. The geese are returning. … Read more