The Inn on Long Lake
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The next day we went for a walk at the Cathedral Grove which is a park with 700 year old trees. The park is about 20 minutes east of Qualicum Beach. You know that I LOVED the hike.
Dear Vancouver Island, After 20 years of love and happiness, I think it's time we took a break in our relationship. As much as I still love you, I just need some space and time to explore new experiences. We've had a good thing, all back to nature and stuff, but I've reconnected with an old flame. I'm moving back to Quebec. I know, I told you I was totally over Quebec, but she's a nice province too in her own way. She's got something that's just hard to describe. ...
... done our journey. The massive ferry finally arrives to take us across the strait of Georgia and to our new home; Vancouver Island. Complete with a full restaurant, games room and gift store we are easily able to amuse ourselves during the hour and 45 minute sailing. We make friends with a random gentlemen who we then come to discover knows our soon to be boss with the company we've been hired on with. Hilariously enough ...
... Seriously, though, my dear wife Maddy had to do all the domestic work, house organization, boat monitoring and youth taxi services for two months. Second, the school district for having a great sabbatical program that really made this possible.
Now if I can just get my body to switch into keeping warm mode from keeping cool mode, and get my jet-lagged brain to start functioning, all will be well. Looking forward to walking the ...
... a game (or two) or Round the World Ping-Pong.
We would all circle the ping-pong table, and each hit the ping-pong once, then drop the paddle, and move to the side. Then the next in line would pick it up, and so on. This happened on both sides of the table, so every time the ball was hit, a new person would have to hit it every time. If you hit it out out bounds, or didn't hit is across the net, then you got a point against you. Two points and ...