I recently discovered the Stanley Park Ecology Society when I was uncovering the fiction that lies in the mainstream media’s portrayal of the restoration progress of the park. They seem to be doing good things, according to their website, leading research and really caring about the wellbeing of the plants and animals. Thanks to them […]
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John’s got us in a habit of ‘morning walks’ lately and it’s no secret that one of our favourite places to trek around in the city is Stanley Park. We’re in there at least once a week and have been following its progress since the storms last December when thousands of trees were toppled. I’ve […]
I knew there was something missing but I never realized it until now, well until my sister sent me a text message this morning. Aside from the garbage piling up, libraries being shut down and public pools not being filled with youngsters splashing around, there’s something else that’s happening because of the civic strike in […]
My sister’s beau would not believe her when she told him that raccoons can be rather ornery creatures. I confirmed this with a few stories as did John who is always amazed at how tourists in the park stop to take pictures of the nocturnal mammals. They can be dangerous, can hiss at you, not […]
This afternoon we met up with Duane and Keira for some food, which soon lead into a photowalk of Stanley Park. It was a super fun time that can only be explained and blogged about with photos… The rest of the pics are up in this set on Flickr. Photos by Duane, from this Flickr […]
John and I are finally settling in after about 5 hours of walking around town and through Stanley Park. I went somewhere I haven’t ever been before – the deck of Lions Gate…on foot. The pictures from our mini hike speak for themselves so here they are a couple taken with my phone. The rest […]