Hello everybody! And with this post we’re all caught up with my life and photography 😁
Here’s what I did in Cowichan Bay.
Before our weekend get away was over, Eric and I made a pit stop in the quaint town of Cowichan Bay.
We strolled along their main street / downtown and made our way to the docks.
As we made our way along, the Wooden Boat Society Museum caught our eyes.
This place was a treasure trove for photography.
There were many exhibits and displays outlining the history of boat making.
The weather was quite dreary and the museum’s layout required you to walk through the exterior to get to the displays. I wrapped myself up with my scarf.
Here we had a boat making station, presumably for kids. But hey, we’re all somebody’s kid 😉
They didn’t have many tools but we made do. The main point was that you could pound circular items into square holes; that made them more secure.
After seeing all this marine related stuff (I work in the industry). I needed some fresh air.
Did I ever tell you about how I love overcast days? Well, let me tell ya! It’s not too hot or too cold and it’s not usually bright as can be, so photos often turn out with even lighting and not much editing is required. Hence, why I love overcast days and also why my favourite season is Winter.
Lastly, we ended up in a cute little hallway with some boutiques and shops.
I loved visiting Cowichan Bay and seeing all it had to offer.
Until next time! oxo