Went hiking into Wallace Falls late in the day. I think we began at the trailhead around 3:30pm. It was dark in the forest by 5pm. And no, we didn’t bring a flashlight or any sort of survival gear should we happen to get stuck in the dark. It was so dark on our trek back that I couldn’t even see my feet. Effing genius. Hiking 101 failed. Oh, and you know what rescued us? The goddamn iPhone flashlight. After dissing on iOS7 since it’s release, it saved our lives.
Anyway. Before almost dying in the forest, I got some photos. I really love all the greenery and fallen leaves. Quite beautiful.
Went to the “Ice Caves” in Snohomish with family today. It was the perfect weather for a nice simple hike.I was surprised at how quaint and cute the Snohomish town center area was. Never knew this existed. I’d be more than happy to come to this area again. I will have to discover some more hiking trails here!
Grainy noisy photo – ISO was at 500. Sad. It’s okay though – my dog looks cute and I still love my Fujifilm x100 despite some shortcomings.
I don’t usually write much but I will try my best to add more words along with the following photos.
What was this weekend? Whatever it was, I hope you will still love me even if I am fat. So. Much. Food.
All photos taken with my Fujifilm x100.
Late lunch in Richmond at the supposedly famous Kirin Seafood Restaurant. When in Richmond, must eat dim sum...
Found some sweets to eat + ate dinner at the famous Japadog.
We never found out who drove the Lamborghini but with hot dogs this unique and delicious, barely noticed…
Waking up wasn’t as bad as I expected. The view straight from my bed. Good morning, Vancouver…
Sunday lunch at Cafe Medina.
For someone like me, the promise of a good meal is enchanting enough to wait in line for an hour. Fairly worth the wait.
Lavendar latte + braised short rib, eggs, potatoes in a hot skillet + waffle with white-chocolate pistachio rosewater sauce...
Here’s to (hopefully) many more years of good health, good eats, and happiness!