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I am so ready! Can you tell? This is installment one of my version of planes, trains, and automobiles. I even had some help packing. Thank you Little. I got a ride down to Nanaimo with a friend this morning and here I sit on the ferry bound for Vancouver. This is, as always, an exercise in patience. Also a chance to do a little reading, or in this case a little writting.
For those who don't know the story let me tell you how we got here: A few years ago ...
... several different settings but got a few keepers as the wind pushed us closer and closer to shore. The bear either exhausted the best crabs on the beach or grew annoyed with us and headed back into the cover. We didn't see any whales on our last trip but the two land sightings were some of the best of the trip. My headache was gone and I was happy. We headed for camp.
Fia had hung back to drain and clean the hot tub for ...
... one of the things he put on his bucket list for me. And we were sure now that we spotted seals the day before, because we also brought Christina's binoculars to see what the black spots were, sticking out of the ocean. The beach here is not what you imagine it to be, it's not all sandy, but stones.
So Marloes and I started to watch a new series called United States of Tara, which is about a woman, who has had ...
... thought I was high, but I was just really really relaxed. She said that yoga would probably be good for me to do and she gives yoga lessons, so she invited me over on Thursdays to join the lessons. And so I did this week, only this time on Wednesday because we would go to Winter Bites on Thursday. I really enjoyed the stretching and relaxing and I think my body already benefits from it. So yeah, that's a whole new experience for me. ...
... Alpine Resort a four season resort located in Strathacona Provincial Park. This was BC’s first provincial park established in 1911. The park has lots of hiking trails and downhill and cross country skiing in the winter. In the winter you can leave the green behind at sea level and drive up the mountain to excellent snow conditions. A number of international ski teams trained at Mt. Washington just prior to the Olympics.
We hiked the Ripple Rock ...