Tom and I spent some time shopping in Langley, and watching the sun set over Useless Bay.
Saturday morning I was up first, and out the door with my camera to capture a frosty world.
After breakfast we drove up the hill to Bayview and the farmer's market in the old Grange Hall.
I bought the picture book with these illustrations on the topic of global warming.
We tasted mead, and bought a bottle of the traditional honey style.
Isaac is taking a photography class at school and checked out a camera to bring with him. He tried capturing frost drops in the sun.
So did I.
Then we all went to Langley for some more shopping and just looking, like at The Whale Center.
And the Garden shed of the Chocolate Flower Farm. Chocolate candles are a specialty.
We were all dressed in our Sounders gear because at 1:00 we planted ourselves in front of the TV to watch the MLS Cup final. Unfortunately our Sounders lost.
So as the sun set, we went back to Langley to enjoy the lighted village.
It was dark when we returned to the cabin to have dinner and play games.
The next morning Tom and I packed up and then we had time for a little walk on the beach before saying goodbye.
But I was happy to be back home where I can enjoy the decorations and the lights right where I am.