Left: Norma Watt holds a sketch she did of odd mailboxes she discovered on one of her many adventures along remote roads. Photo by Sandra Holmes

PHOTO: Off-roading in a motorhome

Norma Watt tells seniors about her adventures

By Sandra Holmes

The photo shows Norma Watt holding a sketch she did of odd mailboxes she discovered on one of her many adventures along remote roads. Norma captivated the audience at the Seniors Lunch and Learn event on April 10 with her tales of off-roading adventures in her motorhome. She has created a perpetual calendar of her photographs along with motivational captions.

READ MORE: Seniors look forward to lunch program (April 25, 2017)

Later, Ken Matheson and Margot Venema gave an inspiring talk about their recent trip to Nepal.

Wells Gray Country Seniors Society coordinates this monthly entertaining and educational event with the help of the United Way. All are welcome to attend.


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