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Vancouver water restrictions to begin May 15

As the warmer months arrive, the city of Vancouver and the Vancouver Park Board are reminding residents how to be more water-wise.

Stage one restrictions begin May 15, which means restricted residential and non-residential lawn sprinkling, as well as car and boat washing. 236 more words


Skydiving and Vancouver Sight-seeing

Tim has been wanting to go skydiving ever since we came to Vancouver, but for no particular reason, it haven’t happened untill now.

The weather was great, we had nothing to do and were more or less bored out of our minds, so Tim rented a car, not wanting to depend on a lift from a fellow skydiver, and convinced me to come with him. 594 more words

Pushy Friend & Granville Tag

Above image of a pushy friend…

While a toad spent the day at the park, by the tennis club..  A toad loves to hear the tennis balls bounce back an forth…  Strange but a toad find the sound of the bouncing tennis balls soothing.. 147 more words

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Hawaiian Cruise: Disembarkation, Final Thoughts, & Home Sweet Home

My goodness gracious, I am finding that I am quite sad and melancholy as I begin to write this my last Blog post in my Hawaiian Cruise Series.   1,231 more words


Spring gardens

Glorious spring sunshine!

Confusingly, there seems to be more red leaves in North Vancouver in Spring, than in Autumn. Any ideas why? I think they will turn green later. 7 more words


Summer in Seattle: Part 2

Continuing from part 1, onto the second half of summer, starting with week 7!

WEEK 7: This week started off with a bang! Monday, after work, my friends and I went to Safeco Field for a Mariner’s Game. 1,612 more words

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Molson Coors Profit Nearly Doubles On Vancouver Brewery Sale

DENVER (AP) – Beer maker Molson Coors Brewing said Tuesday that its first-quarter profit nearly doubled as it sold a brewery in Canada.

Molson Coors, based in Denver, sells Coors Light, Blue Moon and other beers in North and South America, Europe and Asia. 169 more words