Coming in for the landing.
Bill and Black Jack watched as I returned after taking the photos. There are a couple of pups that rode in that baby (pup) carriage. I'm saving them for Eileen's critter post tomorrow.
On Wednesday, we rode along the Coal Harbour bike route. It was hot and the air was quite hazy because of the forest fires (posted about yesterday]. Bill headed for a shaded park bench to sit with Black Jack while I chased a butterfly with my camera (but never caught it).Joggers and walkers and cyclists all use designated paths in front of the fence. You can see some colourful houseboats that actually look like boats. One day, I'll show you a better view of them.
A line of trees is a sort of fence and was a good leaning spot for our bikes.
One of the fun things is returning to Bill and Black Jack with little..
We've biked this area many times, but noticed something new.. a rocky ledge..
It was this circular jetty that we hadn't noticed before.
And finally, a couple of yesterday's fences in Olympic Village. Yeah I know this is a (really neat) sculpture by Wade Baker but behind it is the fence of the Cambie Bridge.
And still those cranes even though we are a few kilometres away from yesterday's location. And yes, that's still quite a hazy sky. If you look really, really hard, you might see the outline of the North Shore Mountains. In normal conditions, they are clearly viewed from here.
Last one is as we walked up to Harrison Galleries. So much construction and so many fences, but what I loved here is the camaraderie of the workers who appeared to be finishing their day. Dressed in heavy work gear on one of the hottest and most humid days of the year, we were really impressed to see their (Bill told me to write "sweat" here) smiles. That's it for today. We're leaving right now for today's outing. Thanks TexWis for your wonderful meme! Until next time.