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Holiday Weekend

We have been having a lovely holiday weekend.With some family visitors, it has been a great excuse to get out and do somethings with the family.

Last week Thursday we went to downtown Charlottetown and saw the Young Company show for the year at the Confederation Center. Since it is a free outdoor show, we had a picnic lunch during the show and it was very nice. Then, of course, we needed some Cows ice cream for dessert. It is so nice to eat some ice cream on water front.


Traditional picture on the Cow.

Normally our church has a picnic at the beach on July 1st, Canada Day. However, the weather wasn't looking all that great, so the picnic was postponed to Monday.  There are lots of fun games and activities, we have lunch together and it is right on the beach! This year they had a contest for the most Canadian outfit or costume. Joash came up with a grand plan and spent sometime time writing and drawing. I helped him tape it to his clothes before we went to he picnic. And Joash won a prize for "most creative," so he was pretty pleased with his work.
Mataya wanted to join in too.
Happy Canada Day and Happy 4th of July!

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