It’s officially been ONE week since I have left Ontario, and I am settling in quite nicely. To be honest, I didn’t think unpacking, organizing, and sorting things out would take this long, but then again, I am not complaining. Out of 6 suitcases (yes, SIX) I still have 2 to unpack.. which I am going to tackle today!
Look at my cutsie neighbourhood at night time
Yesterday I met up with Amy for a 12km run. We are both training for the Comox Half Marathon on March 24! I love running with Amy – she motivates me so much and I’m sure I would be a little lost without her
I picked Amy up at 8am and we headed out to the Galloping Goose Trail. Beauty. It was drizzling a little here and there, but I didn’t mind one bit.
After our runs, we have been stopping at Fol Epi which has become my new favourite little coffee shop/bakery. I haven’t tried any of their baked goods, but their Americanos are to.die.for. Absolutely amazing. The location is brilliant too. Right along the water, cute up-and-coming neighbourhood, and I absolutely adore it. Thanks Amy for showing me this beauty!
Anywho, later on in the day – as if I hadn’t had enough exercise for the day – I decided to go for a hike with a couple of boys. Chance being the obvious favourite Who’s Chance? This fella right here.
How cute is he? I am usually not a huge fan of dogs.. but Chance is pretty great. We climbed up Mt. Doug and it was great. Well, in all honesty I had never been to Mt. Doug and I thought “Okay, this will be fine, hiking means walking.. right?!” Oh no, this was no walk.. it was a hike. Look. at. this.
I almost fell on my face.. just once. Surprisingly I didn’t wipe out. Although I had full expectations of falling at least once during this ol’ hike Clearly my coordination skills are better than I thought.
Enough chatting though, look at the stunning views once you get to the top.
When I got home I made some savoury buckwheat and cheese muffins for Max and I. I won’t post the recipe today, but I will soon! Look at these babies. Seriously delicious.