Beacon Inn at Sidney
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This morning was an emotional one, saying goodbye to all of our family and friends. There were tears and well wishes, as well as many "I love you's". However we have now left home and are on our way across Canada! As we speak we are waiting in line for the ferry, 2pm at the Swartz Bay terminal. The car is PACKED to the max! There is not an inch of room to spare in this ...
... our trip last year, pick up the Eurovélo 6 route again (it ends in Istanbul) and cycle east along the Loire and other rivers into Switzerland and back into Germany. By traveling later in the year, we are hoping for better camping weather than last year when much of Europe experienced an unusually cool, wet spring. So I do hope you will come along for this 6 week ride - and the food and wine!
... can feel it is gently cooling off. Gorgeous. So this morning we drove into downtown Victoria as usual via a scenic route. Stopped at a fruit and veg market where we bought corn for tonight that was just being brought in from the field. Can't get fresher than that. Then drove through the very picturesque campus of the University of Victoria, and round the waterfront to downtown itself. Walked in the very pretty CBD, Amr bought a day pack for the Camino ...
... you die." I love that kid.
We also were able to meet all the cousins plus Marc, Glenna, Tyler, and Deb for afternoon tea at Murchie's, where the atmosphere was laid-back and the cakes were uber sweet. A huge hit for all of us.
We returned to the house for John's 75th birthday party. This was the reason for our trip, and it was heartwarming to see the whole family gathered to pay their respects to such a loving and generous ...
... but it ended up being too difficult to coordinate everyone after splitting up for the day, so it was an easy going, come-and-go meal, topped off with the aforementioned cobbler.
The night ended with stories from Marc (always the highlight of a Zimet gathering for Zach and me!) And some time in the way-too-hot hot tub. So now we're scalded and looking forward to more adventures on the island tomorrow!