A big raspberry goes out to Scott Nelson, Mike Bouchard, Surinderpal Rathor, and Paul Kandola, as well as Larry Gray and one un-named person for the despicable entrance into Glen Arbor in the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 9 to campaign.
Not only were they rude, intimidating and noisy, they scared many of our tenants at that time of night but also they were let in under false pretenses.
A big bouquet of roses: Don’t drive faster than your guardian angel can fly!
We were on our way home from town on Saturday, Nov. 12 when we hit black ice on the Chimney Lake Road and lost control of our vehicle and eventually hit the bank and flipped on our side.
We are so grateful to our guardian angels, Keith Prest and family, who stopped and helped us out of the vehicle and took us home, as cellphones don’t work in our valley to phone the emergency crews.
Two angels, Carol Ory and Saskia Pelletier, who stopped also, came and stayed with us, contacting emergency crews, etc.
A huge thank you to Allen Schaad, who went back to the accident scene and put up markers and retrieved our belongings.
Thank you to ambulance crews, doctors, and nurses from both Cariboo Memorial Hospital and Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops.
Thank you to our neighbours Clinton and Denise Webb, and our family Win and Cindy Robertson, and Jim and Sandy Fehr for helping in so many ways.
Thank you and God bless each of you!
Bert and Joanne