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Thanks. I needed the explanation too.
You're welcome, Ank.
I can see from your pictures that your country is wonderful. And I can tell from your comments (and Elly's) that Dutch people are wonderful too.
Thanks now I understand. In my land is everything flat, we don't have mountains or hills, so we just have one level. LOW. And rain and complaining too, that is what we have the same.
Hi lyndee. Thanks for stopping by. You are very welcome.
Thanks for explaining cevas. I was kinda wondering too.
Thanks for your comment jcarroll. We get a lot of rain and so we have a lot of trees. We love our trees and we love ... to complain about the rain!
Hi puzzeljac! Thank you very much for your comment. No, it is not a two level highway. In North and West Vancouver Highway #1 is called the Upper Levels because it is not at sea level. It is higher up the mountain, in the upper areas. As we drive along we can see some lovely views.
Upper levels highway. When I translate it sounds as. There are 2 levels, One up, one down. So under this one there is an other road. So I don't think this is the right translation. Cathy can you explain?
I love the photo, you show your city in a way the tourism agencies don't do. Your city with your eyes. I love it. Thanks.
Nice picture, cevas. Almost looks like you're out in the country.
Hi laurajane and Gladstone. I'm glad you enjoyed the puzzle! We are looking towards the Iron Workers' Memorial Bridge.
Thank you for your pic.
There is some color in the trees. Nice!
I took this picture on October 4th at Lonsdale Ave looking west.