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An afternoon visiting Kalynn at Camp Assiniboia included mud covered pigs taking a shower, watching a chicken get rocked to sleep, and a very friendly cow named Baby Burger. 

I’m too embarrassed to post photos of the dying patch of sod that separates our front yard from the neighbours, so instead here’s a photo of the dwarf cedars spruces (thanks karlis) that will be replacing it.

I’m too embarrassed to post photos of the dying patch of sod that separates our front yard from the neighbours, so instead here’s a photo of the dwarf cedars spruces (thanks karlis) that will be replacing it.