Our walk on Sunday afternoon took us to the Songhee's Walkway, which winds along the shoreline of Victoria's Harbour. The light slanted low and brilliant across the water, refracting, reflecting, illuminating everything in late October gold. It was as if Summer gave a long glance backward, unwilling to leave the party. Cool air and coloured leaves signified Autumn's presence, but Summer dominated.
I didn't mean to be mysterious in my last post - Tim has a conference to attend in Vancouver this week, so I took the opportunity to tag along. We're staying with our daughter and son-in-law, very near Stanley Park and English Bay, so I'm hoping for a long walk along the Seawall. This morning, my birthday, I lay in bed while Ashley cooked a lovely, lovely breakfast - a Apple-Leek-Spinach-Blue Cheese Quiche with an Onion Confit. And a bit of bacon on the side, along with fresh fruit and tea. So luxurious.
Blogging has been a bit slow, but I hope to get back to reading and commenting - I'm missing reading what you've all been up to. Thank you for all the birthday greetings on my last post.