OK, this is not going to be my “usual” kind of post, but I figure it’s summer-time, so why not!
How can I not share such a wonderful experience!
I had the wonderful opportunity to go on a food tour with The White Moustache Vancouver and, oh my, what an experience! Myself and 5 other teachers/administrators planned a day together for this foodie adventure.
One of our Assistant Superintendent’s, and someone I would call a mentor and friend for the past 8 years, just retired. In his retirement, he wanted a new adventure. He decided to connect his passions to develop another job that he could be as passionate about as he was in his education career. So, he took his love of travel, meeting new people, and food and decided that he’d love to create a business where he can give food tours of some sort. It was when he was introduced to The White Moustache in Seattle that he realized that THIS was IT.
So, you might be wondering what on earth is a food tour? These sum it up quite nicely (you can click on the messages below to go to the White Moustache Vancouver Facebook page):
Let me have the honour of describing our adventure for you . . .
As a way to celebrate the end of the school year, 5 of my friends and I got together to go on this food tour with the White Moustache. Prior to going on our tour, we talked about any food/dietary restrictions and then passed these along to Rick.
No gluten and no pork. This could be a challenging tour to plan and organize. But, without skipping a beat or asking many other questions, he planned everything (how nice).
We all met at one of our houses for pre-tour drinks and chats. Then, right on time, Rick arrived with our ride. He was going to be our driver for an amazing night full of fun, adventure, and wonderful food. Here we are before we are about to leave: Continue reading