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Another New Year has just begun. I hope everyone had a very happy Christmas and that Santa was good to you.
Winter has arrived in all its snowy-white glory. It’s really a beautiful sight to see.
Are you prepared for the upcoming winter? If not, it’s time to bring out your winter clothes and boots.
A touch of frost lets us know that fall is here and is a very wondrous season.
Summer seems to have passed by all to quickly so its time to start preparing for fall activities again at the Seniors’ Activity Centre.
The first day of summer was beautiful and a welcome change in the Cariboo.
It is so nice to finally see green grass appearing and Williams Lake clear of the winter ice.
According to the calendar March 21 was the first day of spring.
It was so great to be able to watch our Canadian Olympians perform during the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
It’s very uplifting to have the days becoming noticeably longer this past month.
A very happy new year to all good seniors out there.
George Gonyer likely made a pretty good impression on his new neighbour Thursday.
Summer certainly came in with a royal bang this year.
The weatherman has been dishing up some very disappointing weather for May.
I hope all seniors are out enjoying the nice weather and going for walks or working in their yards.
Spring has officially arrived and it must be true as to my delight a large family of robins descended on my Mountain Ash tree.
Now that we’re at the end of January with the cold and snow upon us, seniors are still keeping active at the Seniors’ Centre and elsewhere.
It’s hard to believe there are only 23 sleeps until Christmas.
Suddenly we are caught off guard and experiencing the first taste of winter.
It is wonderful to have the beautiful warm sunny days in September. I hope everyone is enjoying them as much as I am.