It’s wonderful to see the cruise ships returning to Canada Place. Also, the grey skies are pretty symbolic of our weather the past few weeks.
Sunset over the river at Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park. Views like this have been few and far between the last few months.
Overnight on the 29th/30th, the Lower Mainland received a serious dump of snow, adding to what was already on the ground. It’s a winter wonderland!
Friday morning I had a site review at a project of mine in Vancouver. The rain had been relentless all morning up until the point I left the office. Half way to site, the rain stopped and the clouds peeled back to give us a few hours break.
Yesterday morning’s commute featured an unexpected treat, a terrific sunrise! I was fortunate to be on a skytrain with a clean back window. Grabbed a seqence of shots between Broadway and Main skytrain stations.
After the week in late June when the lower mainland suffered some of the worst, hottest summer weather in recent memory, I swore I would never complain about the rain again. There was hardly a drop of rain all summer. When the monsoon season finally returned (it always does) with the associated never ending days…
I’m exploring the resources compiled on the Truth and Reconciliation page. First up was subscribing to the Media Indigena podcast. I enjoy podcasts as a format. I listen to the very geek oriented Windows Weekly and MacBreak Weekly on the TWiT Network, so I figured it was time for something fresh and non-geeky into the…
Walked the outer loop of Central Park yesterday afternoon. Lots of chubby squirrels came to visit!
The new Burnaby sports complex is taking shape. Amongst its facilities, two NHL sized ice rinks. I haven’t had skates on my feet for at least 35 years, might just have to lace up when this facility comes online.