Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Sampling Vancouver’s Seawall

by Keith and Heather Nicol
    On Sunday, November 9 the weather was again sunny and warm and this really brought out people http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/seawall.aspx
This Inukshuk is located along the seawall
along the waterfront in Vancouver. We did a walk along a section of the seawall and then our daughter Kristie decided to join us for a 9 km bicycle loop around Stanley Park which was also getting lots of use on this particular day. The November sun made for a great day and we saw people biking, in line skating, running, walking, playing Frisbee and generally enjoying the spectacular ocean and mountain views that Vancouver is known for. The seawall is great feature of Vancouver’s waterfront and now extends for close to 22 km! With good weather forecast for the next few days and the trees still in colour be sure to check out the seawall and bring your camera.  For more information on the seawall see:
The seawall winds along Vancouver's waterfront for 22 km.

The trees along the seawall still have lots of colour

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