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... also getting used to the "tipping culture" here in Vancouver.
Another walk got us back to the area of our apartment and a chance to enjoy the sunset across the inlet and False Creek. Great views from The Burrard Street Bridge out into the gulf and along the shore to Stanley Park.
The creek was alive with all manor of sailing craft from dinner cruise boat to ...
... We also stopped in Enderby to visit a small farmer's market. There were lots of local products and even a booth selling quesadillas. We know, we're from Arizona and we shouldn't be looking around for Mexican food in Canada, but there is a thing that happens to you when you live in a place where there is good and plentiful Mexican food -YOU GET HOOKED-NEED A FIX-CAN'T GO ANOTHER DAY WITHOUT IT. Actually the quesadilla was pretty good (not ...
... cracking couple who made us feel welcome.
few beers etc and down to harbour to see a fantastic firewros display.
great show and returned to the apartment for ore beer, to sort the world out and Mrs Greg analyzed all our issues via a palm reader device.
managed to see Tom for half an hour and a song when we returned to casa Bohemian.
another cracking ...
... the adrenalin from the bike ride was still fresh and the sky was way too beautiful to leave. So we went for a stroll down the harbor and waited for the sun to set. We watched the sky turn red and orange while standing right next to the Olympic torch and I promised myself I would be back there some day and preferably bring everyone with me. Scott, Emily’s dad, happened to be in Vancouver too that weekend for a dentist convention about Botox. He was staying at ...
... and finally us on Lightcure.Everything was going well until we decided to raise the sails....then all hell broke loose! I had a great view of all the commotion from the helm.The main problem was that the main Halyard wasn't connected to the sail (damn racers!!) and also some lines were tangled.Anyway,Captain Henry and 1st mate Bob persevered and got us sailing on a nice tack to East Point on Saturna Island.(Lesson learned.....always check that the ...