Well, we made it to Vancouver today after leaving home yesterday. The trip over the Blueberry Paulson was rough with a lot of snow and very slushy roads. DH took a turn at driving after we got on to clear roads. I took over again at Rock Creek. Just after I started driving the weather turned and we hit fog like I haven’t seen in years! At times I was down to 30 kilometres an hour so I could see. The other drivers were great and had their headlights on as well so there were no oncoming surprises. I stopped in Princeton since it was getting dark and DH was done.
Neither of us slept well. I think it was just the fact we are going to the clinic tomorrow and will have some of the million questions answered and find out if this treatment will help him. The other reason is DH left his sleeping meds at home. My fault I guess! I should have double checked his meds once I got our bags packed.
We made it to Vancouver after stopping in Chilliwack and getting the pharmacy to dispense an emergency supply of meds to last until we get home. After we got checked in to our hotel I went for a swim and then walked on the treadmill for half an hour. I admit to having a twenty minute nap before we showered and went for dinner.
Our evening consisted of watching a football game (I was knitting) and then crawling in to bed to check emails.
I’m sure we will both sleep tonight, but do hope to stay awake long enough to see the Super Blood Wolf Moon tonight. Just a quick update. We got dressed and went outside to see if we could see the moon. The eclipse is more than halfway but no red color yet! I tried to take a picture with my phone but it didn’t turn out. It just looks like a full moon. 🥴
Thanks for checking in and I’ll keep you posted after our big adventure tomorrow. 😴 Carol