BEST WESTERN Peace Arch Inn
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... after we return from Victoria Island.
Later that afternoon, Tom and Maureen Mathison also ALFA owners (friends of the Lynches) and Mark and Elaine (our friends from Sierra Vista) dropped by to visit.
Wednesday, we left the coaches around 9:30 and drove into Burnaby to meet Elaine who gave us a light rail, bus, walking, and water taxi tour of Vancouver. They have a one-day pass that can be used multiple times on their light rail ...
Another beautiful sunny day in Vancouver. This morning we set off up the Grouse Mountain cable car and then took the chair lift to the peak. Magnificent views of Vancouver and could even see the volcano Mt Baker across the border in the USA. Saw a lumberjack show and two Grizzly bears that have been raised from cubs. After a nice lunch with ...
I take photographs so that I can use them as a return ticket to spectacular moments in time, moments for me that might otherwise be gone forever. I take photos to recall places - with greater vibrancy. Those photos, those experiences have shaped me and made me who I am right now.
I take photos to the bridge distances and shorten time, to provide a legacy to the little things and real life that can too soon be forgotten. I take photos so that I can feel ...
... a candle shop with smells such as crackling firewood, and gingerbread, and finally to the market where we had lunch. The plan was to do a tour of the brewery, but due to the rain we had finished seeing everything else quite early, and were not keen to wait round for an hour in that weather, so we flagged that idea and went to the distillery for a cocktail instead before heading back to the hostel for dinner, and maybe another sneaky drink.
The second day was errands ...
This national pastime of swapping things isn’t limited to the sports field. Buy anything at all from Walmart. Don’t like it in two months time? No problem. They’ll take it back no questions asked. Starting to snow? Time to return that lawnmower I bought last spring.
Of course this great system does have its little glitches, like the time a rumour got around that the local hospital was allowing parents to exchange ...