Neil (nt) wrote,

We went for a long walk this afternoon, first to the Stampede Grounds, then along the Bow River to Eau Claire Market. It was a warm, sunny spring day. Birds were singing, gophers were making their high-pitched whistles, and Canada geese were squabbling noisily. At the market, we bought hot-cross buns, which we had with several cups of hot, strong tea when we returned home. After tea, I got cracking on redoing L's taxes, which I had been procrastinating about for a week or more. It didn't take long to finish them. Now I think I'll watch some more of The Osbournes DVD, so I can get it back to joyofmacs (who I had the pleasure of chatting with by phone yesterday).

I like this picture of L, which I took today at the Rundle Ruins.


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