It seems I’m always doing this… I don’t keep up with updating our blog and then find myself having to give a quick overview of all that has happened in the last few months. But something is better than nothing, so here I go on yet another blitz through Frazer events. I won’t write much, but rather let the pictures do the telling.
June marked my parent’s 35th anniversary. We were very glad they could take some time away together this year. Hiking is a favourite of theirs and more beautiful scenery could hardly be wanted.
Evelyn and Stephen also graduated from high school in June.
We’ve had opportunity to do some family excursions this summer. A few things included canoeing in Frontenac Park, touring the Crystal Mine in Bonsecours, and visiting a botanical garden in Kingsey Falls.
An interest in photography amongst many family members led us to several scenic spots.
Milby Covered Bridge
Drouin Covered Bridge
Lupine festival in Sugarhill, NH
As well, we got involved in a project of creating background images for various hymns. We certainly had a great time coming up with creative ideas!
Setting up still life
We’ve a Story to Tell to the Nations
A more ambitious excursion took place at the end of July…Carrying our own tents, clothing, food, etc., four of us headed out on a 250 km bicycle trip down to visit some friends.
Our family joined us the following day so we had a ride for the way back home. It was a wonderful time of Christian fellowship, and Elizabeth loved the goats! 🙂
A couple random photos of other happenings…
Emmental Cheese – success finally!
Northern Lights – a special treat to see them here
Of course we still have some animals. Another batch of ducklings arrived in July – 12 of them! These ones aren’t selling as quickly as the last ones. They grow up quickly, though! We also acquired a new kitten. The resident barn cat wasn’t too sure what to think, but they get along OK.
And who can resist photographing the summer flowers?
Well, that is a rapid glance at some of the Frazer household happenings. Perhaps the next updates will be a little less far apart.
“But wait,” you may be saying, “Haven’t you forgotten to mention some very important events? I’ve only seen one picture containing your niece and you hardly said anything about her. What are those two precious little ones doing?”
I haven’t forgotten them. 🙂 But I decided that they were so special that they would get a post all to themselves… So coming soon (hopefully!): Two cousins!