My first night off the rock included a group tasting of the Wolf In The Woods with Scott, Stephen, and Kaegan (accompanied by some lovely Johnny de Courcy tunes) before further drinking on the beach.
On Sunday, September 27th, I attended Sea Cider’s annual Apple Day. This was a free event located at their cidery in Saanichton, featuring cider and food tastings, live music, tours, apple bobbing, and activities for kids.
Sea Cider is a lovely cidery located on Vancouver Island, just north of Victoria towards the ferry. While I have yet to pay them a visit, it has been on my to do list for some time. Their many different varieties of ciders can be found in many liquor stores across the province, and I have had the pleasure of sampling several over the past few years. Their Wild English intrigued me enough to purchase a bottle for closer inspection. One Friday after work, picking pine cones in the seed orchard, Ian and I shared my bottle and jotted down some observations to the tune of Plants and Animals’ album Parc Avenue.