Stacking of stones … Is it a spiritual practice? Some say as you stack each stone you assign a meaning to something God has done or provided, or something for which you are grateful.
I saw this spider’s web just off a trail at Pacific Spirit Park. You realize that it’s an engineering marvel, and apparently the tensile strength of spider silk is greater than the same weight of steel.
I guess if global warming causes water levels to rise some lucky people will become new waterfront owners.
The habitual flow of water down the cliff on the Stanley Park seawall (near Siwash Rock) … Does it qualify as a waterfall, and if so should we give this waterfall a name?
One of our favourite walks when we are in Victoria is the Dallas Road Waterfront Trail.
In the past five years I don’t believe I have gone to the downtown Vancouver Hudson’s Bay department store where at least one of the escalators connecting to the 2nd floor or basement wasn’t out of service. What gives? If you are looking for career with lots of work consider becoming an Escalator Technician.
Beautiful autumn colour at Beacon Hill Park in Victoria.
Whether you like him or not the new Trump Tower stands tall in Vancouver.
Extremely popular with locals is the all day breakfast restaurant in Victoria, and now there’s a Jam in Vancouver on Beatty street.
Nice touch by the waitress at the Chambar Restaurant to end our lunch.
In Vancouver I don’t know if it is because of city policy but you don’t see very many buildings with dark tinted windows. The windows of this building going up at BC Place Stadium look nice.
Did you know that the Burrard Street Bridge was featured on a 2011 Canada Post Stamp?