I should have known that when my cousin Jeff said that the hike we are doing was an “easy hike” – I should have actually interpreted it as “easy for him, steep hike for me“. Continue reading
Today was not at all how I expected it would go.
Let’s start at the beginning briefly – Adrian and I woke up early and packed the truck and headed to Deadman Valley.
We drove through dirty roads and passed by abandoned houses. Continue reading
Adrian and I left for Kamloops yesterday, March 07, 2020 as the first of our series of trips this year.
This is my 2nd year joining my co-worker, Harleen’s, Run for the Cure team “Breasties”. My co-worker has gone through breast cancer and a whole slew of other things in her life the past 5 years (since I’ve known her) and maybe more.
My brother-in-law turned a little early, and thought he was going the right way to the beach (he wasn’t). When we got to gravel road and later potholes, he decided to commit and keep going as we can see the ocean ahead and a few cars, so “there must be something there, right?”.
Normally I would be all for it! EXCEPT: 1) We were in a mini-van 2) My parents were not into it 3) My sister was not into it 4) My 4-year old nephew was not enjoying it 5) My 1-year old nephew was not into it, but then promptly fell asleep and 6) I was more worried about the tires.
But we committed.