Feeling a little bit antsy and in a tizzy about all the plans and options for upcoming “BC Invasion trip [April 11 ~ May 25] to Vancouver & Victoria etc areas. #driBC
So, first I’m very grateful for everyone’s participation & interest and for simply remembering me after i disappeared with illness and other life conundrums.
Next, extending a warm invitation to come meet us at various parks and gardens where we’ll be with a picnic blanket and a thermos of coffee at checkpoints in:
- Langley/Surrey: current til April 19
- West End / DT Vancouver: April 19 ~ 25
- Metchosin: April 25 ~ 29
- Victoria / Oak Bay: April 29 ~ May 3
- Pender Isle (Woods & Sparrow): May 3 ~ 10
- Fairview / Kits: May 10 ~ 12
- North Van / Lynn Valley: May 12 ~ 17
- Langley / Surrey: May 17 ~ 25
- Home to Tsuchida Cottage: May 25/26
“Main point” of the trip is for my darling wife and adorable son to meet family as well as to reconnect with hugs and gifts with so many of you wonders.
Especially eager to meet kids for Ichiro to hang with at wonderful playground. Also, so grateful for recent friends coming to visit and participating in our life.
My big concern is “crashing” with this illness which puts me out of action for days/weeks. Good news is: doing the best i have in years thanks to some recent treatment protocols and modalities.
I’m doing my best but/and if we can’t meet, no big deal – its complicated and folks have lives/jobs etc, please come to Japan! A safe, efficient, interesting, amusing, and somewhat affordable destination where we will be happy to welcome you with tea and goats.
Very eager to avoid micro-planning on phone robot and dealing with the social media diaspora if you know what i mean. Oh, there’s a GDoc, hit me up if you want access.
Fondly, from Tsuchida Cottage
dvo + ryoko and ichiro
One thought on “BC Invasion trip / energy vs expectations and plans #driBC”
I will be out of town for a chunk of that (April 13th to end of the month) so hopefully will see you in May. We have the lovely Woodland Park with playground a block from our place. And several nice Japanese run businesses nearby — Takenaka Onigiri Café, and Oide Coffee.
But “no worries” as the saying goes ;)
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