Last weekend BC experienced record high temperatures around the province. I decided the best way to take advantage of the heat was to head to the beach. Silly me I forgot that ocean winds mean I can barely see with a face full of my hair that’s being blown all over the place, and the chilly winds kept me in a zipped up sweater for most of the day. Despite the wind, the Steveston area of Richmond, BC is beautiful. I absolutely love the ocean and the little fishing town is full of enough character to keep you interested all day long. PS I dumbly left the Canon in the car so it’s just smartphone photos today.
Antiquing is one of my favourite pastimes, as is photography. So what could be better than bringing these two things together? Some of the best pieces in my home are antiques that I found in a shop, some were passed on to me, and some, such as this globe, was actually bought off of Craigslist! Not only do I love travel, but I love travel-related… anything! Especially maps. I will have to do a specific post later solely featuring my map collection. It is ridiculous, truly. This globe, however distressed is a thing of beauty. The sugar bowl and creamer, also below, is my local find from last weekend’s trip to Fort Langley. The colour is absolutely perfect, and somehow matches the exact colour of our wedding invitations.