After a rough week where we had to say goodbye to our sweet baby dog, Annie, Mother Nature gifted us with a rare snow event here on Vancouver Island.
It’s a good thing we’re enjoying the RV life because a snow squall hit overnight with 90 km winds that knocked out power to 28000 on the south island alone.
Luckily, we have propane heat and a generator to keep the power going, so we’re better off than most. It’s been hard on the birds and plants. I worry about the poor hummingbirds- we had -16 with the wind chill last night.
This giant cedar fell across the road to Fisgard Lighthouse and Esquimalt Lagoon.
We took Annie to the beach a couple of times, but she hated the water. Not even for DH, would she go near it, lol.
We’re going to miss her for a very long while ❤