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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 ...
... 8211; and that was the end of the logging. A few pieces lie along the lake and they say more are on the bottom of the Gunflint Lake
Swimming in Hague Lake
The Salish word for Hague lake is Kw’as = hot water – and since it is a shallow lake it warms up easily – which we discovered too.
We are not the only ones ...
... 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. ...
... have a two hour drive to entertain the kiddies on, rather than driving at nap time as we'd hoped. Dylan passes out straight away, less entertaining needed until tonight probably. Taya eats and plays happily during the drive to Campbell River.
A bit of a lengthy hiccup because we can't find the house we are staying at. We know we are close but can't actually find it. The children are pretty fed up by the time we arrive, ...