The time has come for some new challenges. In 5 weeks time, we will be living in a different home, in a different place and doing different things with our lives. We didn’t plan on this change right now, (though we’ve been thinking about it for some time) but when an opportunity comes knocking, it’s a good idea to answer the door and invite it in. Besides, once my lys closed, I knew it was time to move on. Thanks for the push, Kathy. Art of Yarn, here I come!
We are relocating to Kelowna. We will experience less winter and more summer again. We will be close to local wineries and fruit farms (really close).We will have a garden again. And neighbours. And …….. so many things that I’ve missed since we left Toronto. I will miss my friends here in the Bow Valley and my job at Kitchen Boutique (Claire, please open a store in Kelowna so I can keep working for the best employer on the planet!). I will miss watching newborn elk calves take their first steps and learn to frolic with their friends. I will miss coyote pups, some shy, some inquisitive, learning about their world. I will miss seeing bears walk past my kitchen window after watching them roll in sand bunkers for hours on end. But I have my memories, and lots of photos to keep all that alive. I’m excited about our new adventure. Wish us luck!
Our move means that BB’s job is open and for some reason, it hasn’t been posted through the usual resources. They could be missing out on some real talent. So if you, or anyone you know, is interested in applying the for position of Golf Course Superintendent at the Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course please use the following link to start the application process. Closing date for applications is January 23/15.
http://www.fairmontcareers.com/ (‘search positions’ and add ‘golf course superintendent’ into keywords).
My knitting has had to take a backseat to packing but a couple of things are in progress.
Birch Bark Cap from Kelly McClure’s new eBook, Bohohats Vol. 2. Just need to crochet the brim and I’m done!
My Roosevelt Cardigan is making slow progress, but progress nonetheless. It’s now ready to join in the sleeves!