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... different ways of jumping up on top, I managed it a few times but not with any style. Many times I fell off, twisted my leg, fell flat on my face, banged into the board and so on - bruises will appear tomorrow I'm sure. Next to me the girls were doing really well and were standing up and riding in more times than falling - grrr! And they looked cool too, as opposed ...
Tofino - July 27 to July 31 Stunning. Spectacular. Beautiful. Thunderous. Fresh. Gorgeous. Extraordinary. Favoured. Ancient. Charming. Refreshing. Alluring. Aromatic. Divine. Splashing. Magnificent. Flavourful. Resplendent. Hot. Marvellous. Tranquil. Rhythmic. I could go on and on. But you really must see and experience it to understand. What an incredible world God has created. He is so imaginative, thoughtful, creative. You can ...
... kale or spinach works best)
- 1⁄4 cup of brandy or white wine
- 2 cups heavy cream
- Salt and pepper
Make crepes: Mix milk, eggs, melted butter, and salt in a blender for 5 seconds. Add flour, 1⁄2 cup (125mL) at a time, blending until smooth. Let rest 1–2 hours, then ...
... top of a crane pylon. All-in-all, a good day's wildlife spotting, although we had had everything crossed that we might see orcas, but to no avail.
Back in the car, we headed home via Chesterman Beach (where we watched sunset previously). Tim had a quick dip in the Pacific (rather chilly!) and we had a short walk before continuing home. We quickly turned ourselves around (shower, change of clothes) before heading ...
... We saw some pups swimming and were serenaded by some really loud barking!
Once we settled again, out came the fishing rods and the boys took over. It only felt like a few minutes of watching the gently bobbing water until Dylan let out a squawk and we saw his rod bent right over. We rushed to him and the boat tipped a little. It was clear this was something big as Dyl was reeling like mad and straining back as hard as he could. Al realised this and reached for the ...