Back a couple of blogs ago, Rick from Rick & Paulette's RV Travels wrote a piece about the current Census being taken by our Canadian Gov’t. I just about flipped today when out of the blue, 2 Women from the Government Census Program visited our RV Park. They were going around making sure people got their census forms!
Rick wrote about completing His census information online, and sort of indicated he probably would not bother filling out the long form census if he had to. Too much information maybe… Well, Rick almost fell into the Bloggers Bear Pit, as many comments he received indicated readers were in favour of the census and sharing of information.
While I was caught totally by surprise that the Gov’t would actually send people out looking for Judy and I in an RV Park, my feelings about census information is mixed… maybe like Rick’s feelings were. Some limited information is OK, but does the Gov’t need to know every thing about us?
I had to place a call to Judy today and tell her to get back home here and fill up the humming bird feeder… She filled it up on Sunday afternoon before she left for Orillia, and check it out know…
Over half of the feeder is gone! In two days!
Today I was off early to Woodstock to help out Kristina and Chris as they prepare the “New Baby’s Room”. It has to be painted and have the floors refinished, so lots to be done by mid July!
I took off some old wallpaper today… this stuff should be banned from the building centres… it is great, until it has to come off! ( Ooopppsss, maybe I will be doomed to the bloggers bear pit…)
Actually, I only had to take this one strip off of the wall, which surrounded the room… took about an hour and a bit. More on this project to come!
While Kristina and I were out walking today, we came across these tulips… they are all over Woodstock, and have just came to life… spring must of sprung when I was not looking! (Taken with our new LG Smart Phone, from across the road! Not bad ehhh?)
I am off tomorrow on my way up to Bracebridge, to get the word from my Cardiologist, Dr. Williams.
Tomorrow night we plan on visiting John and Pat in the big Town of Alliston, so probably will not be a blog.