Post Tagged with: "Okanagan Valley"

I’m A Busy Worker Bee

I’m A Busy Worker Bee

I cannot believe that it has already been six months since my last blog. What have I been doing? I have not been making scale model dioramas, or fine art paintings. I guess I would call this time ‘Artistic Lull’ …but I have been very busy! July: During this month […]

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FIRES – Community Evacuations

FIRES – Community Evacuations

Flaming Hot Here in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia it is very hot and dry – 33 Degrees Celsius plus. If you have a peek at my last two blogs (Blurp No. 61 & 62) you will see that over the last two weeks it has been flaming hot. […]

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FIRES –  Close To Home

FIRES – Close To Home

West Kelowna Fires Update: The Glenrosa Valley and Rose Valley Fires, in the District of West Kelowna, are presently contained. Most evacuated residents are back, others will be back by this evening. Some will stay on alert. This is the first day that the smell of smoke has not been […]

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Summertime = Fun in the Sun

Summertime = Fun in the Sun

When the weather is hot …the modeling is cold! Yes, it’s summertime; and in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada where I live it is hot. I always will call Hawaii ‘Paradise No.1’ after living there for 13 years …but this valley is definitely ‘No.2’. The mountains, valleys and […]

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Selection of found Art + Model Types

Selection of found Art + Model Types

While my brain is gathering blurp thoughts …I’ll share the weather! Gorgeous Sunrise, February 8, 2008 Well, like most of Canada and the US, we got a lot of snow during January and February here in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Ski operations like White Mountain loved it. […]

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Our Big Move

Our Big Move

from Honolulu, Hawaii, USA to West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada Well, I’m back eh! April to September has flown by quickly. Today, most children go back to school. Fall has begun. Already, there are “get your turkey early” ads in the local newspaper. Our Big Move:    In May 2007, […]

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