It is back to the grind after a wonderful weekend of this:
and just being with family. It was exactly what we needed to recharge. Just some laughs, loving and a whole lot of hiking, rocks and water.
Jolene was with us in spirit; she even ate meals with us!
Please note the stylish hiking shoes.
It was hardcore!
The best peanut butter chocolate ice cream of LIFE was had at this little Sweet Shop in Tobermory. Go there if you ever happen to be in the area.
It was a great vacation.
Question: I am thinking of buying a Macbook Pro. Does anyone own one? Thoughts/advice?
I’m back, dahlings.
I normally don’t post my meals…and for good reason. But I will give you all the treat of observing what I eat (poem ) and you will be in complete understanding of why I do not do this more often.
A salad you say? Psh…this is no normal salad. I came inside from running 25 Km and I was a ravenous beast. This has
a scrambled egg
whole wheat cinnamon sugar crisps
homemade dressing (I may post the recipe for ya’ll later)
Basically everything. And wildly unappetizing to the untrained eye…and stomach…but I am a professional at eating anything, so I polished the entire thing.
There you have it. Why I DON’T post what I eat.
What else have I been doing other then running and eating?
Probably the most memorable trip to date. It involved a lot of fire
Snorkeling through caves…
Nature in the most beautiful place in Ontario…
and of course some of the people that rock my world
My French friends. This was one of our last hurrahs before we will reunite next year in Paris.
We went camping along the Bruce Peninsula and it was one of the most amazing camping trips I have ever taken. Sound cliché? Well, we had perfect weather the entire time, free parking everywhere because it just “happened”to be Parks Day and a group of friends who live their days in Paris…most of whom had never been camping before. It was so refreshing to watch them experience things for that first time that I take for granted: a raccoon, a chipmunk, a s’more, a mountain pie …a PANCAKE!
Our campground was beautiful and almost empty so we were allowed to be as loud for as late as we wanted. 3 am swims were a nightly occurrence and dinner at midnight was the norm. We hiked, swam, climbed, jumped and explored for nine hours last Saturday, I love their energy, their passion and creative problem solving…
I will miss the CLV crew extravagantly when they leave.
Crazy, wild, wonderful friends.
Bisous mes petits.