Rob Fensom
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New HomePosted by Rob Fensom on 4th mo. 22, 2022 at 6:42pmView BlogWell I see my last post was in April in 2021. A lot as happened since then. I sold my house in Kamloops BC last December and bought a new home in Alberta 5 miles from my eldest daughters family. I now see my grandchildren often and even teach them with some home schooling. I…See More
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I have farmed, ranched and logged since leaving school, many many moons ago. I am what is termed as an Isolated Friend and attended Meeting when ranching and fuel tank allowed. These days I am retired, sold the ranch and moved to a village near Kamloops. I still am an avid veg and fruit gardener and have a few hens for eggs. My passion for ranching has shifted and returned to a passion of my youth, motorcycles. Now instead of a barn full of cattle I have a shed full of motorbikes, which allow me to explore the beautiful area that I live in. I am a convinced Quaker with family ties to Quakers right back to Herefordshire, England in 1670.

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Posted on 4th mo. 22, 2022 at 6:42pm 0 Comments

Well I see my last post was in April in 2021. A lot as happened since then. I sold my house in Kamloops BC last December and bought a new home in Alberta 5 miles from my eldest daughters family. I now see my grandchildren often and even teach them with some home schooling. I live on an acreage east of Rocky Mountain House. I have lots of pasture for some stock and good black soil for my new veg garden this spring.Although no longer living in the mountains I have a lovely view of them from my…

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At 6:12pm on 7th mo. 20, 2012, Timothy said…

I really like your pictures. Thanks for sharing them here. I thought the mountains here were a nice size, but those out west are even higher! It really looks like a beautiful place in British Columbia, Canada. The highest point in Virginia is Mount Rodgers: 5,729 ft and those look much taller yet still!

Blessings to you.

At 5:56pm on 7th mo. 20, 2012, Chris Beauchamp said…

Dear Rob:  Oh I love sheep.  Would you please pet a sheep for me, from me to the sheep.  (does that make sense??       They are so cute. .

At 3:14pm on 4th mo. 27, 2011, Susan La Rue said…
Thank you Rob.  It's very difficult to be an isolated Friend, but I'm so grateful for the those I'm able to meet and fellowship with on the internet. : )
At 3:39pm on 3rd mo. 17, 2011, Erini CS said…

Rob, thank you for the compliment!

At 10:23pm on 3rd mo. 8, 2011, Margaret Bienert said…

Rob

Looks like you live in a beautiful area and have a wonderful way of life.  I've been to British Columbia a couple of times quite awhile back now, and have some relatives living there, primarily in the Okanagan.  So glad you've shared all these wonderful pictures!

Margaret

At 10:24pm on 3rd mo. 7, 2011, Margaret Bienert said…

Hi, Rob

 

Your page is looking pretty "sprucey" to me now, especially for a plain-minded Friend!  How wonderful that you have sheep!  Always a half-dream of mine. 

Looking forward to getting to know you.

 

peace & blessings,

 

Margaret

 

Margaret

 
 
 

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