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One of the ultra tiny spiders of Vancouver

This afternoon my attention was captured by a tiny spider scampering across the rough surface of a wooden utility pole in a Fairview back alley. 374 more words

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Old and new coffee shop murals of Cambie St.

After the coffee house chain JJ Bean angered many Cambie Village residents this last August by destroying a popular mural on the side of their new Cambie Street location, the established Starbucks coffee house a block away has created a pleasing new mural of their own. 562 more words

Vancouver B.C.

Autumn continues to be a story worth sharing

I spent a lot of the day yesterday (October 17) ranging through the alleys along the the southern and eastern fringes of Fairview, which are that much greener and woodier than the concrete and asphalt centre of the neighbourhood. 217 more words

Vancouver B.C.

You go squirrel!

Squirrels are what what they eat.

That’s right. I’m saying they’re nuts but I mean it in the nicest possible way.

Their evolutionary firmware is so out of tune with reality I think they must live in a perpetual state of cognitive dissonance. 142 more words

Vancouver B.C.

The sun didn't come out today but Daryl did

You’ll see a lot of people going through the dumpsters in the back alleys of Vancouver but you won’t see a lot see them doing it wearing a long black overcoat topped with a black fedora. 390 more words

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Chessboard empire

The small island community (traffic island to be precise) at Ontario Street and 18th Avenue — home to most famous open air chessboard in Vancouver… 182 more words

Vancouver B.C.

In the darkness a crane reigns supreme

It was still dark out at 7 a.m. when I stopped to have my breakfast at the McDonald’s in┬áthe 1400 block of West Broadway Avenue. 192 more words

Vancouver B.C.