Ductigami.

Tues Feb 7, 4 to 8 pm: Fresh bread, come and get it!
Wed Feb 8, 9 am: Bread delivered to Green Tree Health & Wellness, in Quesnel

This week at The Bread Peddler, we are busy making costumes for a wedding we will attend this coming weekend. We are excited to be getting a holiday away from Wells (to a ski resort, no less), and Tim has been super excited to be making costume bits. Photos next week! Then we cruise right into the next exciting winter event in Wells: the Wells International Gourmet Ski on February 18. Skiers follow their noses around our trail network, getting fed tasty bits of food at several pit stops along the way. Of course, they are all wearing costumes (or most of them, anyway) and they all get a little tipsy (or most of them, anyway). The day outdoors is topped off with dinner and a winter-inspired film festival.

Meanwhile, we are cross-country skiing pretty close to daily. It’s pretty fantastic. Oh, and if you want a laugh, look at this link to an article about skiing in Wells. you might recognize some of the characters.

Who are those hot skiers?
Who are those hot skiers?

 

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Boring! More skiing photos. Do these guys ever bake bread?

 

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Tim on his favourite route – Cornish Mountain Road.

Our friend Beth made us a gorgeous new piece of art: it is a mosaic made out of pieces of coloured glass, inside an old wooden window frame, and filled with black grout. (Yes, she cuts herself a lot). It sits on a window sill in our kitchen with the light shining through it. It is a sight to behold. We love it.

Our new glass mosaic scene - Tim and I riding our loaded bikes up the Bealach na Ba in Scotland (The Pass of the Cattle). Artistic licence allows for me to be in the scene, instead of so far back that you can't see me. Thanks, Beth!
Our new glass mosaic scene – Tim and I riding our loaded bikes up the Bealach na Ba in Scotland (The Pass of the Cattle). Artistic licence allows for me to be in the scene, instead of so far back that you can’t see me. Thanks, Beth!

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