Name = Francis
Email = firstname.lastname@example.org
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On June 13, 2016 a SamStone was placed north of Salluit Airport
(62.1793Â°N, 75.6673Â°W) Nunavik, Quebec, Canada overlooking the
fjord At 22h00 it was calm, warm and sunny and the sound geese could
be heard in the distance.
A good friend from college days sent this. So nice. Love you, Mom
Sent from my iPhone
Begin forwarded message:
Well, that took long enough! I mailed the Sam stone to Francis, my niece’s husband who flies for Inuit Airlines, soon after we saw you—and how long ago was that?!! Often it was just too cold or snowy for him to find a good spot, but I’m really happy that it’s now been placed.
We’re planning to visit Francis and family in Montreal this summer, which is turning into a busy travel time. We’re just back from visiting one of Paul’s son’s
in Richmond, VA, and leave for VT next Monday to visit his sister. Then next month we’re off to Maine to visit another of Paul’s sons. In August my son Michael is coming out from Gambier Island, BC, and possibly my sister from Spain will come also. And that’s not all of it—it’s a whirlwind!
What are you up to? Maybe when life has calmed down in the fall, you and Susan and I could have another visit. Paul and I haven’t yet found a new place to live and are looking into a retirement place in Rhinebeck, where I used to live and near Red Hook where Susan & Bernard have their summer/weekend home. Lots to talk about.
I hope goes well with your brood.
I finally placed a SamStone north of Salluit airport last week. I sent the location and photo to the website.
Another school year has come to an end for Amelia. Now we have to line up the fun and games (minus the Ipad). She likes the cabin provided there is a human being of her age group there.
Me busy with the endless ongoing, renovations. I love the outdoor work at the cabin. I recently bought a chainsaw to satisfy my tool fetish and cut dead trees. restarted my beekeeping operation after a one year hiatus. My hives were stolen last year andhave given up on urban beekeeping. Looking forward to much better honey yields in the country.
Glad to hear your travel plans are firming up. We look forward to welcoming in one or all of our 3 residences.
2016-01-31 10:41 PM, Susan Van Kleeck wrote:
Did you ever find a spot to put the stone I sent you? I’d love to pass the location on to my friend. We leave on Tuesday for 6 weeks in San Diego and Tucson, so I’m just following up odds and ends of things on my desk.
Your little shangri-la in the woods sounds idyllic. Maybe we can drive out to see it on our next trip, possibly in the summer—or at least when the snow is gone.