10 cm of fresh fluffy powder this morning, blue skies and mild temperatures – guess what I wasn’t doing today? Skiing. Damn this self-employment racket.
I was happily ensconced in the “bakery” (we are trying to stop calling it the “shop”), painting and listening to the news on the radio about Canadian Olympians racking up the medals.
Since the last post Tim has finished panelling the walls of the grain store and dough room, and I have been a painting fiend!
Here are some photos of the progress:
Last weekend we made a trip to Vancouver to visit friends and buy some bakery equipment. We were primarily on the hunt for a used triple sink, which we found, amongst other items. A sure sign that I am growing and changing: my favourite shops to peruse used to be stationery stores, now I think restaurant supply stores top my list of fun places to look around. A person could spend a huge amount of money! I was able to mostly curtail my impulse buying and stick to the list of essential can’t-get-this-in-the-boonies stuff. Now our living room table is piled high with bakery equipment – it’s a good thing we are working so hard we don’t have time to entertain guests.