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Sunday 21 December
A Walk in the Park! The weather cleared a little today which means it was still overcast and showery. We headed to Stanley Park to walk the Seawall. The Seawall is a stone wall that was constructed around the perimeter of Stanley Park to prevent the erosion of the park's foreshore. It's easy to see why the Seawall is Stanley Park's most famous feature. It's an impressive 8.8-kilometre paved route that ...
... I peered upon it with rose-colored glasses, placing it on some kind of pedestal. Fortunately, my spectacles have begun falling off, and I’ve realized these are not just issues present in Vancouver, that this is not the only place where these problems can be confronted. I’ve gained more understanding and humility, lost some ignorance and romanticism. So here I am, a little more wise and chiseled. But I’m reminded of the faithfulness of the Father, that he ...
Looked the Vancouverite dressed in newly purchased Team jersey (sorry Courtney lol) the Canucks were playing the Arizona Coyotes and we stood for both the American and Canadian National Anthems and then the game was on. Huge 4 sided TV ...
... views. Our last stop was the best - Granville Island. It is a very artsy area. I had a sandwich outside listening to music and looking out across the bay to Vancouver. We dined at Joe Fortis' Seafood an Chophouse with Carl and Cindy Brooks and Kathy and John Patterson. It was walking distance from our hotel. It was highly recommended and was packed! Good, not great, and ...
... Since peak tourist season was over, there were hardly any other park visitors and our hike was peaceful and solitary among the verdant greens of the towering rainforest trees. There were a few Germans around, though, as any National Park visit in the USA is incomplete without encountering some German tourists.
As we were leaving the Hoh Rainforest we drove by some Roosevelt elk grazing on the roadside. They were oblivious to our presence, happily munching away on ...