This weekend we once again made use of our ROM memberships, as we headed along to their brand new exhibit on blue whales.
This past weekend we headed back to Newfoundland, amid storms and freezing rain, to visit Elizabeth's family and go cheer on Team Gushue at The Brier, Canada's ultimate curling tournament.
This past weekend we were back in Newfoundland, mostly for the wedding of our best buddies Rebecca and Piers, but also to hang out with family for Thanksgiving festivities. We also managed to make a trip to The Rooms museum on Sunday, to see their latest exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the massacre at Beaumont-Hamel during the First World War.
Over the Labour Day weekend, we were back in Newfoundland for our second Newfoundland Wedding Weekend of the summer! This time, we stayed on the Avalon Peninsula and, other than wedding festivities, mostly hung out at the cabin in Ocean Pond where Luke had his first Newfoundland blueberry picking experience.
This Sunday, between packing up our apartment and trying to sell off half of our furniture, we found a little time to step outside and take part in the annual Rennie’s River Rubber Duck Race.
This Saturday we decided to tackle a section of the East Coast Trail with Elizabeth’s parents. Between the dramatic scenery, evidence of nearby moose and an unexpected trek through a marsh, it turned into quite the weekend adventure!
This week we were joined by Elizabeth’s sister, Rebecca, for a morning of learning how to Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) at Rotary Sunshine Park!
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