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Tonight, I had the idea that we would head to Lake Cowichan to see the sunset. I had this idea that Lake Cowichan would have a large lake so that it would be the perfect place to see a glorious sunset.
On the way to the main road, we came upon a bald eagle in the tree. I just had to stop the car and take a picture of it. I was lucky to get several shots - and it never fly away as I clicked away.
Oh yes, on ...
Is it a Cottage or a Cabin? Does it really matter what you call it? As for me, I call it a cabin sometimes and a cottage other times. I guess it just depends what type of mood I am having at that particular time. lol
We are renting a cabin by a woman name Rose. As we were driving down her driveway, she came out of her house (which is right beside the cottage) to greet us. She seemed quite nice.
... from too much time together.
And so it began in a mad rush, getting gear and food together for a multi day expedition on the other side of the world is a ton of fun and not stressful in the slightest. The logistics of meeting up, getting ready and getting on the trail were compounded when Krista got a job interview in New York, meaning she and Nate had to exit the trail at the only exit point, 4 days in! But it was a truly amazing hike, with great company, food and ...
... be back on, you guessed it, the beach. What's wrong with the inland trail well let's see; we have moss covered boardwalks missing treads twisted at roller coaster angles each section of which is capped of with a healthy dosage of bog and knee deep mud.
Let me stop myself right there, I am sure you are thinking to yourself that I are not having fun, while I may be redefining my definition of the word I think I(we) are. ...
... down the Pacific Coast, we arrived for a few quiet days at Quileute Oceanside Resort in La Push, which is on the land of the The Quileute Tribe.
Our cabin #18 was fantastic, right on the ocean, just below a big bluff, overlooking James Island, where the Indian tribe buries their chiefs after paddling them over there in canoes.