It's a different Canada Day this year.
We're following regulations
of a pandemic, like the rest of the world.
Despite record breaking heat and dry weather here,
my flowers are flowering beautifully,
even though it has not rained in over a month.
Fireworks were not allowed this year
because of the increase of forest fires,
across the province.
Two of my Grandkids, Sabrina and Mathieu,
came to visit last week.
Sabrina my granddaughter,
helped decorated the Gazebo.
We hung paper lanterns from the roof.
I cut some Oriental poppies and made a bouquet.
Added white to the pitcher,
snow-in-summer and caraway
The poppy is the official flower
of the Royal Canadian Legion,
memorializing our soldiers
who fought for our country.
The Royal Canadian Legions
are closed during this pandemic.
Poppies beside the old Hayraker
Sabrina and Mathieu
Sabrina and Mathieu with
cute dog Pinot.
We played horseshoe.
A lot of things are different this year,
We are in a drought, no rain for over a month.
I have no birds at the feeders.
I assume they are staying in the woods
where it is cooler and near the lakes
to get water.
Annie's is the first one.
It's missing some parts of the roof.
However, she made it look beautiful.
A before pic.
The kids were toddlers
when they first painted them
many yrs. ago.
We had a feed of lobsters.
In front of home we can see
the fishing boats in early morning
My sister Annie painted
this heart rock.
We are gratefully to live
in a Wonderful Country, Canada.