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... on a designated path. Runners attempt to run up with a punch card with the record around the 20 minute mark.
We instead went through a wire fence (neatly cut) and then made our way up through their special path -DT (Don't Tell or Death Trail - we went past several suicide (seriously) points) giving our quads a real workout. It was extremely steep and a little slippery after the overnight rain and slight drizzle but a real workout and buzz ...
Our last free day I'm Vancouver and the last chance for me to explore before flying to Toronto to surprise my sister. we decide to get on the free shuttle and go up to Capilano Suspension Bridge. The bridge was originally built in 1889 by George Grant Mackay, a Scottish civil engineer and park commissioner for Vancouver. It was originally made of hemp ropes with a deck of cedar planks, and was replaced with a wire ...
... He is 50 born in Trinidad, schooled in the US of A and now is the marketing director of Vanlit. With his job he travels a lot so I wasn't sure it was even going to happen.
But there was a message waiting for me. He had just got back to town and so asked if I minded cabbing to his place. It was only a $12 ride, he lives in this funky condo in Kits with the most breath taking views of downtown and the ...
... for Caverhall Street, we asked if they were staying at Kathy's and they said yes, so they came with us home. A nice young couple who are in the other studio for a week. Later in the afternoon Kathy invited Russ and I upstairs for a drink, which was good getting to know one another. She gave us some lasagna for tea which was very nice. Another big day and a good one.
... In the afternoon we explored Granville market, which has lots of art and craft type stores, and also a more general market selling fruit, veg and other yummy edibles. It was a bit like an upmarket Vic Market. After dinner, we travelled by bus to the Stanley Park Christmas lights. It is a totally different experience looking at Christmas lights and decorations when you are walking around in snow! Somehow it feels a lot more ...