Tomorrow will mark the one year anniversary of the storm that ravaged Stanley Park one night, uprooting tens of thousands of trees and gnashing through the sea wall. Over the last year I’ve kept a close eye on the park, and have many photos and blog posts to illustrate the lack of progress and frustration […]
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You may remember his “Guide to Playoff Season Etiquette” so due to popular demand, I’ve asked my sorta brother Brad to contribute something else to the blog… Well its been six months or so, time for me to attempt this whole “blogging” thing again. So i’m gonna sit down and give my legs a rest […]
I’m all about the fundraising here on Miss604, but ya know I’m also all about Ralphie. That’s right, little Ralphie from A Christmas Story who wants, “an official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle, with a compass in the stock and ‘this thing’ which tells time.” It’s the lovable cinematic Christmas […]
Now that the Grouse Grind is closed for the season, you can head up North Vancouver’s natural lookout for ice skating and more festive activities. Photo credit: Richard Eriksson on Flickr Enjoy Christmas carols, movies, sleigh rides, learn about Santa’s reindeer and get your pic taken with the man himself, all in a beautiful snow-dusted […]
You know when I say “Vancouver” I mean Metro Vancouver and surrounding townships right? Who doesn’t a love a good ol’ parade? This year Aldergrove will be hosting the “Light Up Parade” on the evening of December 8th, down Fraser Highway. What: Light Up Parade When: Saturday December 8, 2007 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm Where: […]
Canada Place is good for something other than IMAX movies and taking scenic photos of the North Shore – there are usually some pretty neat seasonal events taking place inside and out. This year they are serving up a plethora of activities for the kiddies while supporting an excellent cause. Christmas @ Canada Place will […]