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Stanley Park & Burrard Inlet

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cevas

Yes, it's almost the only colourful thing in this one. I could have used the black and white setting.

pumpkinhead

The red hydrant just pops in this picture!

cevas

Hi laurajane and Ank. Yes, lots of people love to jog in or around this park. I'm not much of a jogger but, Ank, as you know, I love to walk!! There is an area where they have Scottish country dancing on Monday evenings during the summer. I used to do that.

puzzeljac

I agree with Laura, but also a great place for a walk with you Cathy. Love it thanks.

laurajane

Looks like a nice place to jog or sit and read a book.

cevas

Hi Texas and Gladstone. You are both very welcome. I think when Vancouver was preparing for the winter olympics in 2010 they did truck some snow in from Manning Park, BC. Two of the north shore mountains opened some of their ski-snowboard runs this weekend. So, thanks, Saskatchewan, but we're okay this year!

Gladstone

Thank you for another picture from the beautiful west coast. You can come and get some snow if you choose. Ha!Ha!

texasstar7

Inviting place for a walk or a rest, very pretty. Thanks, Cevas.

cevas

Oh! Sorry Lorna. Perhaps I will just continue to call you goingsilver.

goingsilver

Um, I'm Lorna, Cathy! We've had great weather here today, cold but gloriously sunny. Had to make the most of it for rain is due back tomorrow. It could be worse - at least we're not expecting snow!

cevas

Thank you, morris and Norma. Yes, the summer is usually hot and dry but it rains often during the fall and winter. Fortunately the rain stopped a few minutes later so I took more pictures! If you don't like the weather in Vancouver, wait a minute!

goingsilver

Great photo Cathy. Shame about the rain.

morris186

Looks like a very nice park, cevas. It rains a lot in Vancouver, doesn't it?

cevas

It wasn't raining when I took the pictures of Lost Lagoon but it's raining now. Sigh !