We got home late last night. Saturday morning my hubby and my son-in-law flew into Victoria and we all spent the afternoon at Beacon Hill Park and the waterfront. It was quite windy and cloudy, but not pouring rain so not a problem. We enjoyed wandering the shore and even saw a sea otter, as well as many kinds of birds.
This may have rated as one of my best Mother’s Days ever. My daughter-in-law made a yummy breakfast for me (well, for all of us, but it was a Mother’s Day brekkie!) Our big plan for the day had been a sailing trip for the whole family, but the weather was too poor. There had been gale force winds all night and it was still plenty windy all day Sunday, so that was rather disappointing.
However, we decided to go to the Royal BC Museum instead. Jim and I hadn’t gone for over three years and enough exhibits had changed to make it worthwhile. The Victoria kids get to go relatively often, but Hanna hadn’t been since she was little, and her hubby had never been to this one.
The special exhibit this time was War Brides: One Way Passage. Very cool.
We had a picnic at Beacon Hill Park, then returned to the museum for the IMax: Wild Oceans.
Later Jim cooked fresh scallops and halibut filets for us all.
We drove home Monday, long day, safe and sound. And back to work today. Time to settle into our spring routines.