Comox Valley Inn
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... at work. But there are days off too. Except when it continues to rain and rain and rain, those days you just have trust that the sun did rise but you sure can't get a picture of it. So I guess I should embrace the beauty of rain.
The weather is a bit warmer though and there is other beauty to be found, even if you have to crouch down in a soggy yard and get your knees all wet to get the picture! ...
... A sunset on the beach
If you are romantic you have to see the sunset on the beach… so we walked down and watched the sun going down over the ocean…. That’s the best way to end a day.
A long way home: it’s called waiting for the ferry
5 days of sunshine and beautiful weather and this morning we wake up ...
... mom to pay a small amount (we didn't have enough cash on us) and then we went to the bank right away to withdraw some money (we paid her back, don't worry).
Oh and before I forget, on Friday I talked with the music teacher, Mrs Bouey (also Chloe's teacher on Thursdays), and she lends me one of her spare ukuleles now. I can use it until I'm done with it. It's still very different from my (acoustic) guitar, but it's fun to try it out.
We finally got to meet Daphne and her boys today! We started by meeting her at Union Bay and going for a boat ride. We went out to a little island called Tree Island where we had a picnic lunch. We found lots of sand dollars and interesting shells there! Very cool! Daphne and I were instant friends and were happy to finally have the chance to talk in person! It was warm and sunny while on the island. As we headed back in, it ...
... so our coats are on, then off, then on again as the sun goes in and out behind the clouds. We have lots of fun chasing little crabs among the rocks but soon it’s time to look for Seal Bay. As we’re about to leave the beach, no fewer than four bald eagles swoop overhead crying at each other, presumably about fishing rights. They come and go so fast that it’s impossible to get a good picture, but at least we saw them. Now ...