Feather Cracks

The next morning was a pain party. I clearly couldn’t go surfing, so while everyone left the house I had a little Bon Iver induced yoga session. I’m pretty sure the rest of the cheese was consumed that morning too. About half an hour later Nathan came back to say that Sarah dislocated her finger. After painfully removing her wetsuit and icing for hours we decided to get the hospital to look at it. They said it was broken and to get it looked at closer in Vancouver. At least... read more...

Wetsuit Malfunction

After Alejandro and Nathan’s recon mission of the Botanical Gardens we assumed it was safe for us to go in by day light. Chickens and turkeys were everywhere! Its a little weird looking at your Thanksgiving meal in the face. There was driftwood art all over the trails, it felt a little Lost-esque, like I was waiting for strange whispering to come out of the forest. In a little pond near the turkeys was a sign that said there was a crocodile in the water. We also saw a chicken... read more...

Beach Birthday

Those photos I posted earlier were actually of the day I’m writing about today. It was the windiest and wettest environment I ever let my camera be in. If you faced the rain it felt like sharp pins entering your face at 90 degrees. It was beautiful. I am the first person to claim that wind is the most annoying friend you could ever have, but maybe because we were in Tofino I was completely in love with it. I was also content with being completely soaked. Big thanks to... read more...

Winterfino

For the first time since I started writing this blog the reason I haven’t updated in one month is not laziness but because I’ve actually been adventuring the entire time. Montreal must have been the catalyst for my life’s ascension into proper Adventure Mode! Allow me to give you a super quick update of November before we go in depth about Tofino: Sarah and Alejandro had a really wicked Halloween party at their place which I bought new Toms for, met Nick (a new super awesome Harry Potter friend), and... read more...

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