Pigeon Lake adventures!
Lunch, beach, mini-golf, shopping.
A lake so close to Edmonton is nice, people don’t capitalize on it enough! According to the locals, it was “a busy day!” – hard to believe what they consider to be a busy a day.
The Village was adorable, neat little shops with antiques and knick knacks – so of course it was great. Lunch was deffo home made, and the family running the mini-golf joined in on Mel and I’s chirp-sesh of each other during the game. Finished the day with some ice cream and treats from the little shop, where everyone was oddly miserable – but we got a good laugh.
Although Europe isn’t in the cards this summer, adventure time was fun and it felt like summer. Flowers, water, nature, food, sun. SUMMER.