AMAZON - Canada

AMAZON-for our USA friends

Saturday, 18 March 2017

Amazon explained

Today we did absolutely nothing of interest to anyone.  I fixed a few things around the Ponderosa, did the dishes and made lunch.  Sue cleaned up our filing system and made an awesome supper.  I could have taken a bunch of pictures of all this but it would have bored you to death.



Instead, I'm going to do a little promotion for Amazon who we are associated with.  They advertise on our blog site and in return we get a small commission for anything that you purchase through our Amazon link and the price remains the same to you.  We would appreciate it if our readers who order from Amazon, do it through our links.  If you currently order through someone else's blog site, please continue to do that, however, if not, then for our USA friends, please use the link in the top left hand corner of this blog Amazon.com, and our Canadian friends can use the link at the top center of the page Amazon.ca  Once you go there you can save it in your favourites and then you will be using our link anytime you order.   Thank you for reading our blog and for placing your Amazon order through it.

If you read yesterdays blog you saw the book Who Pooped in the Park?  You can buy it on Amazon if you want.  US Friends    Canadian Friends

Tomorrow is moving day for us so follow us along to our next destination.  Soon it will be time to start our trek north to Alberta.  We hope the weather will co-operate with us this year.

Tonight is our last night in the Kaibab National Forest near Williams AZ at 35.28719, -112.1295 and this is the view from our window.



4 comments:

  1. I hope the weather cooperates for you! We have one high pass to get over in Oregon on our trek back to BC and the weather doesn't seem to want to play nice for us. Fingers crossed it smartens up soon 😊

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  2. Happy trails to you guys! I hope it is smooth sailing for you.

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  3. Hopefully the weather will start co-operating for all of us making the trek Home.
    Safe and Happy Travels!

    It's about time.

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