Monday, August 11, 2008


Miranda and Ralph at Elora Quarry Note: Hover your mouse over the photos for descriptive text. Click on photos to enlarge the image.

Our daughter Miranda and her husband Ralph visited from Australia from June 25 to July 25, 2008. Although our agenda was overflowing, we managed to fit in some quiet times while constantly consulting to keep everyone in sync. It was so wonderful to have the family together again after a year and a half and savour each other in the good old summertime. The month passed far too quickly and though words can not express the joys and sorrows, I will attempt to summarize some of the happenings.

Miranda Becomes an Aunt For the First Time
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Ralph Experiences a Fresh Water Cottage For The First Time
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Ya Ya Sisters Make 200 km Bike Trip From Toronto to Sandbanks Provincial Park
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Cool Condo at the Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival - Ralph Takes to the Stage
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Wild Summer Party at Phelanland
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Other Happenings - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
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Kevin Pammett said...

I love the way this article is coming out. Got a HUGE laugh out of the "Bobsledding anyone?" comment and picture !!!

Ciao -

CSE said...

Oh Nanci! What a wonderful time you have had. And what a great job on the blog entries. I loved the articles: words, pictures, format, stories. I am only sorry I was not able to get there to share in the memories. Especially the Owen Sound trip. How happy you must be that Miranda and Ralph may return to Canada. How proud you must be of Amber's skill. And how blessed you must be to be a grandmother. May this year be one of great joy. On this week of the anniversary of your mother's death, I am thinking of you and wishing you well. My friend.

alexscarter said...

thank you for putting this together nanci! i'm also glad we have the chance to spend time with each other and it reminds me that i don't only have family in vancouver :) keep up the great work!