Shelley: Yellowstone is something else, isn’t it? How about Old Faithful?
The other geysers and hot springs aren’t too shabby either.
I love the Painted Pot Mud Geyser. Imagine having a mud bath in that sucker?
I can’believe that not one of those geysers has been converted into a swimming pool or a hot tub like Banff Hot Springs. I love hot tubs. We are 100% installing a hot tub in our new house. That would be the one on 6th street. Just so you know, I’ve already started planning its renovations.
Tear down that ridiculous entrance way.
Replace windows with sliding doors which will open to the
newly built deck with a pergola
Install a dark gray metal roof
Replace old flooring with ash hardwood
Hmmmm. What else?
John: How about selling “our” homes before we discuss renovation plans on a house we haven’t even bought yet?
Shelley: I guess, although I sure wish Becky (our realtor) would let us know what the other realtors thought of the houses. Don’t you?
John: Don’t you think you are obsessing over the houses just a little?
Shelley: No. Why would you say something like that?
John: Because you carry around a “Renovation Ideas” folder with you 24/7.
Shelley: John, it’s called being prepared. You, of all people, should appreciate my foresight.
John: I give up. I have an idea. While we wait for Becky to contact us, why don’t we talk about something else, like the bison?
What’s the difference between a bison and a buffalo?
John and Shelley: You can’t wash your hands in a buffalo. Ha! Ha! Ha!
Shelley: Those bison came so close. They kind of spooked me.
All the pamphlets say, “Keep a minimum of 25 yards from bison.” But what if the bison don’t keep a safe distance? Then what?
Never mind the bison. What if a grizzly bear charges us?
John: I believe what the salesman told us, “With this here Bear Pepper Spray you’ll be safer than you would be carrying a gun.”
Shelley: I was a believer too, until I saw this shirt.
Shelley and John
Still no word from “Comox Valley Echo” so still looks like I am their travel blog reporter!