- 2020.07.25 Christmas In July
- 2020.07.11 Chuckie Choo Choo
- 2020.07.01 Canada Day
- 2020.06.05 BSDCan Conference
- 2020.05.15 First Day After Quarantine
- 2019.10.13 Leaving Kittawa
- 2019.10.12 Jamming In Mike's Garage
- 2019.10.07 Dinner With Terry and Rick
- 2019.09.22 Afternoon with Po and Jos
- 2019.09.21 Campfire Friends
- 2019.09.07 Kittawa Bonfire
- 2019.08.31 Spaghetti Supper and BBQ
- 2019.08.18 Fun in St. Isidore
- 2019.08.10 Scary Stuff Eh Kids?
- 2019.08.09 Trailer Maintenance
- 2019.07.26 Christmas in July
- 2019.07.19 Jamming and Rehearsal
- 2019.07.08 RV Living vs. House Living
- 2019.07.06 Delicious Steak Dinner
- 2019.06.30 Celebrating Canada Day
- 2019.06.24 Scenes Of Kittawa
- 2019.06.16 The Hands of Time
- 2019.06.15 Kittawa Campground Dinner
- 2019.06.01 Garage Sale
- 2019.05.29 Paulette and Joe Visit Us
- 2018.10.11 Visit From Tim and Friends
- 2018.10.03 Mini Moving Day
- 2018.09.27 Alan and Joanne Visit Us
- 2018.09.18 Pre-trip Maintenance
- 2018.09.14 Changing Campgrounds
- 2018.09.09 Martine's Pizza Party
- 2018.09.07 Line's Cocktail Party
- 2018.08.13 Corn Roast Surprise Party
- 2018.08.05 Campground Hootenanny
- 2018.07.07 Jamming in our Trailer
- 2018.07.04 Robert's Family Visits Us
- 2018.06.18 Cumberland Wildlife
- 2017.10.11 Checking the RV
- 2017.10.04 We Finally Get Hitched
- 2017.09.29 Kablooie
- 2017.09.29 First Year of Snowbirding
- 2017.09.13 Picking up our new truck
- 2017.09.07 Our Travel Plans
- 2017.09.05 Moving Day
- 2017.08.23 Changing Our Lifestyle a Bit
2019.06.30 Celebrating Canada Day
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The tournament which started at noon and went until 4 in the afternoon. D'Arcy filled in when teams needed players and then when D'Arcy was not playing he kept score. I was among the spectators watching people as they jump in the air to hit the ball with their hands they cannot help but fall in the water. We all laugh at that but it is all for fun.
At break time D'Arcy and I went in the water to cool off as it was hot. Before the great fireworks we went home to change, and I got the idea to play D'Arcy's guitar but I forgot to remove the guitar pick from the strings.
Then off to the beach. On our way some people asked to hear a song. Then at the beach little Grayson tried the guitar while grampa Richard tried Grayson's hat and gramma Terry laughed.
The whole day was fun and it ended with some great fireworks. What would Canada Day be without a great display of fireworks?
Monday was a day of rest. We walked around the lake, we napped, D'Arcy made a nice stir fry and we ate this lovely dinner with a glass of wine just outside our RV. We watched TV then went to bed.
We hope everyone had a safe and happy Canada Day.