All photos taken on July 19, 2021.
Like many of you, we have been keeping pretty close to home during the pandemic. Getting back to normal has proven to be a challenge, as we really do not believe this thing is over yet. To date, our travels have been very short and controlled and we are certainly not about to board an airplane or bus, anytime soon.
But, with most Covid restrictions lifted in Alberta and BC, we knew it was finally time to travel by car to see family in B.C. Our goal was to go to Victoria and back in a week, visiting and helping an ailing parent, seeing our niece and grand-nephew on the Island and hugging our son and his wife in Vancouver. We were taking sister M along with us on this 2,900 km (1,802 mile) journey and we all wondered what trials and tribulations we would face along the way. We had a pretty high number of goals to achieve and our time would be at a premium. This was not going to be a vacation. It was, in fact, an obligation.
What is your comfort level for travel and dining out these days?
These next few posts (Mondays to Thursdays) will detail what we found along our route. Thanks for coming along for the ride.