The Harbourside Inn
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... Just call me Murray" episode, I've been telling people that my name is Moxie whenever I'm asked for the purpose of coffee pickup etc. For those of you who don't know, my maiden name is Moxon and I get called Moxie from time to time. Here in Vancouver people know the name Moxie because of restaurants named it and some sort of famous historical musical band or something. No more problems with understanding my name pronunciation now!
We arrived at Campbell Island at ...
... boat all the way up (from California, we assumed?) to Sonora and were enjoying the freedom and good fishing. The middle generation ("Cricket" - interesting name...) had done plenty of paddling before, having gone down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, but seemed disinterested in it here - perhaps too flat for her tastes. But the grandmother (an artist and clearly a successful one) was fascinating - a veritable dynamo of a woman, one of those ...
... had travelled to the game along with the so called neutral fans. They sang songs throughout the game and although they were singing in English we understood very little. I can say they were quite pumped. It was a tie game and the Hull fans were very happy because their team scored 2 goalsin the last 20 minutes of the game to tie it up. They went home very happy.
... until 10am, can't remember the last time that happened.
Dylan loves his one hour 'lesson' with Grandma using an activity book she has bought him. He does an amazing job of joining the dots in a picture to draw a tractor, we had no idea he could do this. We eat lunch out at the local bakery which is yummy. We especially enjoy the frozen yoghurt, Taya leaps out of her seat to grab the next ...
... is initially disappointed at the lack of playroom and cars here compared with Vancouver, but we soon sort that by creating a great play space in his new bedroom. He also enjoys swinging in the hammock in the garden. Quick tea for Taya as we are close to bedtime.
Emma and Grandad Ian head out for some groceries and drink and return with fish and chips too. Great start to our week here. Looking forward to exploring more ...