As I mentioned in an earlier post, adaptability is key to our house sitting lifestyle. Despite the worldwide pandemonium, our life really has not been negatively influenced. In fact, it is going well. A couple of weeks ago we had settled into a fantastic cabin just outside of Calgary and were prepared to wait out the restrictions on travel. However Karen never ceased in her efforts to check for possible house sits even after having several cancellations. And like magic, an absolute dream opportunity appeared in northwest Calgary.
For the next five months we get to enjoy an aspect of rural life while being near our family in this challenging time. Some might call it luck, I’d call it never giving up.
That looks soooooo wonderful. Glad you are able to enjoy it. Also happy that you are sharing it with us.
What lovely news. “Never give up” certainly reaps it’s rewards. We enjoy reading your posts and hearing how our Canadian friends are fairing during these challenging times. We in Australia are making progress with over two weeks with no new cases in S A and schools resuming here in South Australia..
Keep well! This week we welcomed a new puppy into our home. Zoe our Cavoodle puppy is ten weeks old and came to us overland from Sydney after first spending two weeks with our daughter in Sydney while we waited for a puppy transport for her..
We are happy to hear of your new addition. We would love to see some pictures of your new puppy. I am glad you enjoy the posts.
I love the owls – I hope you have more opportunity to take photos while they grow.
We will be checking on them regularly.
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