Captain’s Log 5,694
More images of an adventure well-traveled. In no particular order.
Biker bitch. This was taken in front of Amy and Kelly’s house after the charity toy drive ride for the Salvation Army. I had ridden 2 hours on the bike by this time. 90 minutes to the event and about 30 minutes home. I look like I am twerking because my ass was so sore I couldn’t stand up right.
This is what happens when you put your foot on the tailpipe of a motorcycle.
Believe it or not, I didn’t feel a thing!
We also went geocaching! Found some good ones. This was taken in a little concrete shed down a hiking trail near the house.
Aptly called Graffiti Cabin.
We moved on the Victoria Park in downtown London. It’s a gorgeous place! It has the old-world feel that is missing in places like San Diego.
I think she is offering him a branch of peace. Obviously, the world has not yet learned this lesson.
One of the most amazing things about the park is the colony of black squirrels that have taken over the area. They are enchanting and quite tame. They love peanuts and will take them from your hand.
My new pal. Isn’t he cute?
We also went on a tour of the Labatt brewery. That was major fun! Now that they have acquired Budweiser, it’s the largest brewing company in the world.
Roll out the barrel!
The tour included a tasting. I will admit that my favorite out of the five was Bud Light. Our tour guide taught us how to “find” the hidden tastes in the beer. Bud Light actually tastes a bit like bananas.
The Three Amigas after the tour and the tasting.
And last but not least, the photo of the hookah bar. Thanks to Amy and Kelly for sending these photos my way. Blackmail, here we come!
Bring on the mango and peach water vapors! I am such a hard hitter (NOT). Beer tasting, hookah bar, charity ride, geocaching, poutine, a hockey game, burning up a boot, and feeding squirrels in the park. A day in the life…….