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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Singapore’s River Walk

In Singapore, a stroll along the River Walk is a visual feast. Perched on the water’s edge, and at the base of the office towers, are dozens of restaurants. By the Cavenagh Bridge, you’ll find the transition back to Old…

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Game On

It’s rare for Vancouver area lakes to freeze over to the extent that people can skate on them. I remember being on Como Lake in 1988, and it’s been a couple of decades since Trout Lake, below, was frozen. With clear…

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Full Moon Rising

We’ve had a cool but gorgeous day here in Vancouver. The mountains are snow capped, and the skies were clear. Here on one mountaintop, the sunset skies held shades of blue and pink … … and a rising full moon. Here…

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Plunging into 2017

Here’s a look at English Bay on a cold, but sunny winter day. We’ve had plenty of those lately, but that wasn’t the case on New Year’s Day. Nonethless, we continued our tradition of traipsing down to English Bay to take part…

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A Winter Gift of Eagles

If you’re like me, going for a long walk is among the best things you can do after a decadent Christmas brunch. We made our way down to one of our favourite beaches, where the skies were cold and dull,…

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