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Monday June 30th dawned early for me on the west coast, but not nearly as early as it did for Joy whose journey started 3000 miles away and even before I went to sleep on Sunday. Vancouver is a very short flight from San Francisco, 2 hours and 15 minutes, and it summertime so I threw caution to the wind and flew in the day of the cruise. Besides, I'm cheap, I'll spend money relatively freely, but I want value for my dollar, and when I have a ...
... in 1903. In 1910 Edward Mahon purchased the Capilano Suspension Bridge. "Mac" MacEachran purchased the Bridge from Mahon in 1935 and invited local natives to place their totem poles in the park, adding a native theme. In 1945, he sold the bridge to Henri Aubeneau. The park was sold to Nancy Stibbard, the current owner, in 1983. Annual attendance has since increased, and in May 2004, Treetops Adventures was opened. This ...
... them around the city. Imagine what we’d say if our kids just hopped into the car of someone they’d met over the internet, but never met in person. When they returned in 2005 they stayed with us. Now we’re finally catching up in Vancouver.
We drive through Richmond, then cross the South Arm of the Fraser River to Delta, to the south of Vancouver, where they live. Their home is on the edge of a bench overlooking Burns Bog Delta Nature Reserve, ...
... amp; ready for action - we'd decided the night before that we would hike up the grouse mountain, halfway up I think we wanted to kill whose ever idea it was :) it was a challenging hike with some rock climbing sections & being overtaken by grand dads hurt just a wee bit hehe! However the views at the top were spectacular to say the least - 2.5 miles hike but 1km elevation, it took us above the clouds. At the top they have a grizzly ...
Thursday, Sept 5th
The day started out pouring so I got a taste of the Seattle autumn on my last day in town. 2013 definitely will go down as the best summer weather ever - with not a single day below 70 or above 90 degrees. Later in the day, the sun came out all afternoon. As I walked out of the office in late afternoon loaded down by all my luggage, I heard a crack of thunder and large raindrops started ...
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