Blogger's note: I'm making this post because I'm afraid I might forget some of these things. I intend to reread this post on a cold winter's night in Vernon.
Picnic under the apple tree, beach walk on Saturday night with a marine biologist, 2x golf at the beautiful Algonquin, cooking with Mike (stuffed grape leaves, thin crust pizza with tomato sauce that took 5 hours to reduce, pesto galore), concerts at the Sunbury Shores art gallery (Jen Chapin, Harry's daughter was great), pancake breakfast at Apple Point, hurricane Irene (80 mm rain, lots of wind, no damage), motorhome woes (water tank, getting stuck during the rain storm), amazing dining experience at Savour the Restaurant (8+ courses, 24 kt gold dust on our dessert!), fun with Finnigan (he's learned how to walk!), anniversary dinner at the Rossmount, becoming vegetarian (easy to do with all these delicious veggies literally ripe for the picking), stars, stars, stars, bagging veggies for CSA pickup, setting up at the farmer's market with Mike (and the wonderful fruit crepes), Dark and Stormy Night (Pickaroon's!) . . .
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Adventures at Bantry Bay 2011
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