Comox Valley Inn
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... be sharing the art that I love with gyms packed full of excited kids every single day. When I take a step back to reflect on this whirlwind of an adventure I am currently in the middle of, it blows my mind that all this is happening.
Our crazy first stretch of "work" (9 shows in 13 days) ...
... food (fries and big chicken nuggets) and walked around for a bit. Two hours went by and there we were. Vancouver Island. Audrey, Chloe and Abby were waiting for us. We did some hugging and took our luggage. We took the 'seaside route' so Marloes and I could enjoy the scenery and views from the ocean. We stopped a few times, including to see some sea lions lying on each others' bums and making funny noises. It was a ...
I had to say goodbye to my mom without crying. we had to go with my dad's friend's car to get to the bus stop once we got in the bus it was like an hour long drive to get to the ferry terminal it was pretty boring
bye for now,
James and ...
... to the waterfall which was one of the most beautiful we have ever seen. The water cascaded over a series of pool before emptying into the Buttle Lake. There was even a rainbow at the end of it! It was 26 degrees so we excitedly took off our shoes and tested the water which was bloody freezing. It was probably the most cold water I have ever swam in, more cold than the lake the day before. We were all hot and bothered so we took a quick dip, but it was magic just to swim ...
... canal work is still OK. There is a small infection but no cracked tooth as he feared. Meanwhile I sat in a yarn shop knitting and chatting with the locals. They meet here twice a week if they can and go for 'pints and purls’ at a local pub once a month. Cool eh!
Next stop was to see Jess and Al’s house even though they were in Ontario. Looks like Al is busy gardening. Lots of seedlings are ready ...