Great weekend we’ve had! :)
I would definitely recommend you go to English Bay and Stanley Park these days as the tulips are in full bloom and some late blooming cherry blossoms and other varieties of flowers make for a colorful and very pleasant outing around downtown Vancouver.
The tulips are looking fabulous around English Bay!
A classic shot of tulips
It’s a beautiful day around English Bay today
Stanley Park’s Rose Garden has some nice tulips, too
Cherry blossoms near Stanley Park’s Lost Lagoon
I don’t follow the news very much but somehow this one found its way to me yesterday and now this one and that one, too.
All I can say is “Ouch!” and encourage renters to vote against this — which means “vote against Gordon Campbell” — on May 12th.
I hope you all had a great Earth Day everyone. :)
I don’t have a TV*… I just heard the trumpets glaring in my neighbourhood and some distant shouts of satisfaction. Let’s hope the ‘Nucks make it 2-0 in this series. :)
*by choice — can’t stand all those bad news! I wouldn’t mind some quality TV time once in a while, but I still don’t miss it one bit…
Looks like the snowshoeing season is nearing its end. Let me share with you some photos from my favorite snowshoeing outing of the season (March 10th 2009; full moon night on Dam Mountain):
A cropped shot of the full moon with the last light of the sunset shining upon it
At the bottom of the photo is Thunderbird Ridge, a regular detour for us — great views there, too!
My friends enjoying some wine and treats under the full moon
Path to the edge of Thunderbird Ridge