Tanya created a video from all the clips we have been taken over the past year. Amazing how things change in one year.
Mount doug is a great hike on Victoria. It is super close, is never super busy and has just enough elevation gain to get a little workout.
Before Oli, Tanya and I would hike here often, and since the weather was so nice on thanksgiving weekend we thought we would do it with Oliver, on my back.
The ergo (baby carrier) is great, comfortable with Oli on my back and he seemed to enjoy it. With Oliver a little more mobile, we are hoping to do a few more hikes in the coming months, as long as it doesn’t rain too much.
Had lunch at the new Victoria Market, which seems to be hopping. I has the Indian food at Sutra and Tanya had soup from the seafood shop. The food is good and hopefully this market will be breath a little bit of life into this edge of downtown.
I will always support more places that provide a great lunch in the $8-12 range.
The inside of the market has a trendy design and a couple of the shops make it worth the stop. Although there are sill a few vacancies, the Market is now the most convient (and cheapest) place to get good quality fish (thanks to Cowichan Bay Seafood), which is a huge plus as the only other place to get seafood is in James bay.
I love it when my sister is involve with the planning of photo shoots. She always suggests a different way to take a photo and the end result is pretty cool. I sent the camera on a tripod and told it to take 10 shots in a row on a self timer. We all then jumped when it was taking the shots.
Ok, so maybe this isn’t that impressive, but I am having fun with the high speed camera on the iPhone.