Autumn Floats Into Fort Meezer


The state of Emergency for British Columbia was lifted yesterday.  There are still fires but not as severe as in July and August.  The state of emergency was brought in on July the 9th.  Some of the evacuees abandoned their hometowns for Prince George.                                                         I guess it doesn’t matter where we live, the weather conditions start many a disaster like hurricanes, earthquakes, forest fires, tornadoes, flooding….you get the idea.

The weather here has cooled considerably, -3C in the morning.  I no longer scurry to the sliding glass door to get outside as soon as I wake up.  Now I sleep in till it’s warmer and perhaps the sun will show up.                                                    

This is my bed, right beside mom.  When I was younger, I would bite her….gently, of course, when she would toss around too much. haha It didn’t help keep mom still so I gave it up.

All the veggies except potatoes and brussel sprouts are out of the garden.  Apparently, brussel sprouts taste better after the first frost.

The tomatoes are sitting on the kitchen table turning red. Then mom and dad can them. They only have 5 pints done this year.                                                         



There is a huge stalk in the garden! I wonder if a giant lives up there…should I try to climb it and take a peek?                                                           It’s humongous!

30 thoughts on “Autumn Floats Into Fort Meezer

  1. easyweimaraner

    I like the cold and foggy mornings we have now… but I have to admit that I dislike to go our in the darkness… I thought Phenny will sleep a little longer now… but I was wrong LOL.
    your sunflower is like that beanstalk in the fairy tale… maybe you can use it as a ladder to find the treasures of that giant in his cloud castle?


    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Good idea…find the goose that lays the golden egg. You know when one thinks about it….the golden egg would be too heavy for the beanstalk and the stalk would start to bend….wait the giant would crush the beanstalk…logic does not work here. hehe



  2. Amy

    Gees, that’s colder than it usually gets all winter here. It’s back in the 80’s (26+C) here these past 2 weeks. I look at all those green tomatoes and all I can think is fried green tomatoes. Yum!


  3. databbiesotrouttowne

    kali N shoko….we hope de firez stay out go out N never ree tern….thiz yeer haz been feerce…N we hope mom dee sidez ta make sghetti N pizza pie sauze with thoz veggies and ewe both get a perch pizza afturr all iz said N done ~ ☺☺♥♥


  4. Einstein

    Shoo you look darling laying on the bed. We think alike I used to nip Dad too.
    Goodness that is a BIG sunflower, Try and climb it and see if you can wave to us!
    Oh My Cat that big fellow drinking in the funny looks just like a certain Big Blue MOL


  5. onespoiledcat

    Happy to hear the state of emergency with the fires has been lifted – now to wipe out ALL the rest that remains – maybe some snow or rain??!! I love that table full of tomatoes – you had a great garden this year – just look at that GIANT SUNFLOWER!!! You might try climbing it but I think that only works with BEANstalks………

    Hugs, Teddy


  6. 15andmeowing

    Nice sunflower. Ours is about 1/3 of that in height, very short. Good job on the tomatoes, thanks to your mom for the newspaper advice, I have a bunch of ripe ones now to can. XO


  7. Deziz World

    Dat’s a lot of ‘maters girls. And dat’s some gigantic stalk. MOL Mommy saw your mommy’s purrayer plant there in da background and went nutz. Mommy does miss her plants. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena


  8. samanthamurdochblog

    OMG! All those tomatoes! FABULOUS! We had about seven small ones…🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅



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