Breathing Easier

We are taking our West Coast/Vancouver Island breakaway.  The sound of ocean and the salty air is peeling away my layers of stress.  We love this place!

We’re staying at our usual place; we’d missed coming up here for a couple of years and it’s always great to be back.  The poopers are good travelers; this is Chopper’s first vacation.  It’s a bit of an upheaval for him – he has only been with us a couple of weeks and now we’re moving around and staying in new places every night.  Except for this longer stretch of nights here.

We love the familiarity of coming here – we like to see what has changed since our last visit.  i.e. the place we planned to go for lunch, we drove around looking for it and finally realized that the burned out foundation was all that was left of it. 😦

Taking things easy, trying to not think about work (and once I get back I have only two weeks more before I’m done forever!):

Always time for handstands!

This time of year is awesome – still nice in the afternoons, but a nice autumnal chill in the evenings.

Cox Bay, stairstep hounds
Banff National Park
Banff National Park

And on our way through Vancouver we had a quick visit and lunch with Ande!

Hams R Us!

We’ll see her again next week for a good visit.

The weather forecast says it’s going to rain tomorrow for sure, maybe Saturday.  We got caught in the rain on our beach walk this afternoon.  We all have rain coats, so we’ll be better prepared tomorrow!


2 thoughts on “Breathing Easier”

  1. What a beautiful place for an annual vacation. Glad Chopper is taking everything in stride. Done with work forever? Sounds awesome. I still can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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