We have 4 winners:
You were starting to think that I’d forgotten about you, weren’t ya? Nope, just on holiday!
***Note UPDATED to Include Friday July 6th (so FOUR BabyLegs to give away)!***
Our 60 km hike was delayed due to Will’s sore foot (I think he’s been jumping on the trampoline too much). We decided that the 60km, 3 days/2 nights backpacking trip was too much (for him) and decided to do some shorter hikes and bikes instead.
Saturday, I did 5/6 km hike with my mom, Georgia, Sam and Lizzy. Later in the day a whole bunch of us did a short 10 km hike up to Chester Lake – the hike is pretty short and relatively easy (not ALL up hill) but the views were fantastic!
I love flowers, I am not a gardener but I love to look at flowers and have them planted all around the house (thanks Will). Feel free to send me flowers any time.
Judd is from New Orleans and eating snow in July makes him happy as you can see! Lizzy looks like she just might want to give him what we canucks call a ‘face wash’ (we violently rub your face in or with snow).
Sunday was Canada Day, we had tons of fun! The day was full with a parade, picnic, concert in the park, bbq and of course fire works.
Sam’s wearing BabyLegs on his arms too! Cute idea :) and even the big boys (11 and 13 wanted a pair)! I don’t know who the woman is behind him, but I am sure she’ll be pleased as punch to be on my blog.
Monday brought 38 km of mountain biking and no photo’s as it was gruelling, character building day and no room in my pack for the 3 billion pound Nikon D-70 (which I love but hate to carry and use).
Today, I am going back to my trusty favorite FREEbie –> BabyLegs. I am giving away
THREE FOUR pairs on July 6th @ about 9 pm’ish (one for the July 3rd (1st & 2nd were weekend and holiday here), one for July 4th and one July 5th and July 6th).
Winners may choose any style not just the Jolly Jack.
Happy belated Canada Day to all Canadian Readers and Happy Independence Day to all the American readers!
I was thinking over the weekend, especially on Canada Day in the park with the kids how lucky I am (we are) to have won the birth lottery and live so well. I was thankful that I am Canadian and that I live in North America. None of my great-grandparents were born in Canada, sometimes in the dead of winter I wonder what in the heck (in actual fact, the word I think is much nastier, but I’m remembering not to swear, except on Monday’s) they were thinking ?? ummm had they heard of California?? But this weekend hiking and enjoying Canada Day I was especially thankful they choose this place! I mean just check out the view …
My great-grandparents came from: Denmark, Sweden, South Dakota and Missouri (the USA family’s were in the States as early as 1718 (maybe earlier)).
To be eligible to win you need only leave me a comment AND tell me where you families “old country” is!