One of my favourite posts that I've done was of visiting Nanette in Campbell River last year. Once again, Jose and I made our way up there and had another lovely weekend.
We arrived to the ferry terminal only to find out that the next ferry was full, and so we had to wait for another two hours. Poor José, that's all I can say! It was hot, I was hungry and I hate waiting. Some seriously hangryness!
Once we got to Nanette's, we were all hungry and so opened the wine and enjoyed a very nutritious dinner!
Saturday morning, coffee and bread.
Nanette was very kind and arranged for us to go horse riding. I loved watching José trying to move in rhythm with the trotting horse - highly entertaining!
I have a thing with animal noses...
I know this picture is blurry, but it truly shows my joy at feeding the horse an apple. The way that they gobble it up is just so funny. Actually, the horse looks quite terrified of me.
This is the horse that Nanette rides at her lessons, he is for big people, and Nanette made sure José and I had 'little people horses' haha. Nanette has such a way of saying things!
In the evening, we all grouped together and made this lovely pie called the 'Very Full Pie' that we found in an Ottolenghi cookbook.
We spent the rest of the evening lazing around drinking wine, eating chocolate, reading and then we watched a movie.
On Sunday morning, we went to a cabin resort called the Dolphins Resort. To me, the name sounds a bit tacky, a bit... Acapulco 1980s... however it is rustic and cozy and the views are incredible. They should think about a new name. Breakfast was great, I had the salmony benny, Nanette had crepes and Jose an avocado moose benny with a carrot cake pancake on the side.
Of course, I had to make a boob joke at this point of the breakfast.
I had never ever seen a tree like this before.
We found this wedding site and thought we would get our rehearsal out the way! Just kidding, we just pretended to get married on the beach.
I wonder which flower company this is?
As we were driving alone, we came across a small farm with a pumpkin field.
In my next life, I'd like to a sunflower.
I really feel like we got the last of the summer sun, it was actually really hot all weekend. We slept lots, ate lots and laughed lots and I think we came back to Vancouver feel revitalized and refreshed.