Sitting with my feet up, exhausted. It has been an extraordinary two days working in the gardens at the Pine Grove Nursing Home here in Kamloops B.C. The community has been very generous in donating plants, both annuals and perennials to the home for their extensive gardens.
My sister Jennifer is the part-time gardener and is responsible for getting these hundreds of plants into the ground. The problem is that we have to leave for Vancouver Tuesday morning.
John and I spent both Sunday and today digging and hauling and watering.
We left Yellowstone Park and headed to Glacier National Park where we camped for a couple of very cold nights. We had a great site on the edge of the campground up against a rockface.
We found a great little restaurant just outside the park, near the town of Babb, called the “Two Sisters” We stopped in because they had a Canadian flag flying. Great food, Great service.
We turned around because the mountains were under a heavy rain cloud. We decided to head straight to Kamloops to my sisters. Little did we know the work we would end up doing.