My apologies for not writing for so long – and I really DO have a million different topics to catch up on, all the way back to the last portion of our August / September road trip during which we did some absolutely excellent hiking in Oregon and California. Then there were 2 fabulous southern B.C. and northern Washington camping trips that we took with our friends David and Pam late in the season .
I NEVER want to be that cold again.
So this spring, we plan to buy a small (VERY small) T@B RV and do much more road-tripping. Ed hasn’t seen nearly enough of this province and I’d love to see it all over again. Too, if the budget allows it, we’d like to have a mural done on the side with the Roamsters.com logo and link… which means we’ll have to get a logo. 🙂 That way you’ll know us when you see us… so WAVE! Better yet, flag us down and feed us!
Anyway, my excuse for not writing is that we’ve been playing in the snow.
I put in a request on my birthday to the powers that be for snow (that’s ALL I wanted) and 2 days later it started – in earnest. And while you already know that we get lots of snow here in Canada, the large amount that we’ve received here in the Okanagan Valley so far this winter hasn’t been seen for about 40 years. Usually, it snows and melts the same day.
Ed admonished my failure to put a definite amount on my request, but all I can say is THANK YOU! I’m SO loving it. Of course, I CAN be happy about that, because I don’t have to drive in it unless I want to – talk about the benefits of having a home-based business!
To celebrate, we’ve been out hiking, cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing in the local area almost everyday. On Christmas Day, I skied lake-to-lake. And I love not dirtying up the environment by driving for an hour or more just to find snow to play in.
But as all good things must come to an end, the big melt started yesterday, so it’s time to get back to work and with that, I’m leaving for Lost Wages (Las Vegas) tomorrow morning to speak at the Affiliate Summit conference. I’ll be blogging from there on my business website, NetProfitsToday.com.
In the meantime, here are a few more snowy scene photos that I’ve taken over the last 3 weeks. Enjoy!