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Thank you, Lorna! I'm glad you like the picture and hearing about the snowy day street fun!
Lovely view Cathy, and I too like the idea of closing the street after heavy snowfall just so the kids can have some fun! Lorna
Hi Ank and Carol. Thank you both for your nice comments!!
Thanks Cathy. My old mind failed me. Don't know where my mind pulled up St. Edmund's! :). Well, either way, the marriage was not successful. :(
Beautiful Cathy, I like this view. How nice they close the street for the children. Thanks
Hi Maryrob. Thank you for your comment and your memory! Yes, that building with the sails (centre left) is Canada Place and the cruise ships dock there to pick up supplies and passengers. So if you took a picture of the North Shore that day ... you now have the reverse picture.Hi JC. Thanks for your kind comment. If we get enough snow this year I'll wander over there with my camera. Thank you, Carol. I think they were married in St. Stephen's church on Mountain Highway, in Lynn Valley.
Neat picture. I remember the Trudeaus married there?
That's so neat that they would close the street when it snows so kids can play, Cathy.
This is such a good view Cevas.I made me remember when I boarded the Carnival Spirit and cruised to Alaska in 2007.That was a fine vacation.This may not be the spot where we got on the ship,but it brought back good memories.Thanks Cevas
Hi robryan. Thank you for your kind comment. One of the streets here in North Van ( East 19th ) is very steep. When it snows a lot they close the street and let the kids slide down on their toboggans and sleds.
Anothe rfine view down a steep street - thanks cevas.
Hi Jacques. You're welcome! And the picture you posted today is wonderful !! You did a great job with those Christmas lights.
Beautiful cevas, thanks
Hi PLG. You are very welcome!
Wonderful view! Thanks, Cevas!
Same day .. Dec 8th ...just around the corner from Queen Mary School. We are looking south across Burrard Inlet at Vancouver, Canada. St. Edmund's church is on the right.