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PHOTO FETISH FRIDAY

Ahhh…. The Rock.  Covering it only briefly in high school geography, I knew little about Newfoundland when I first laid eyes on my guy all those years ago.  In the time between then and now, I have visited this soulful province many times and know it, perhaps, a little better now. I’ve strapped on cross … Continue reading

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I popped my bokeh cherry! And just in time for Christmas!!

Eke!!  I know, in theory, I should wait until Photo Fetish Friday (aka Friday) to post these, but what the heck.  It’s my blog and I can break my own rules.  I haven’t written a Day Trippin’ post in awhile due to the constant rain and today Nicholas is home sick, so I thought I’d … Continue reading

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DAY TRIPPIN’… Granville Island

“From Industry to Artistry…  From a declining 37-acre industrial wasteland in Vancouver’s False Creek, to one of the most successful urban redevelopments in North America,” reads the “Island Heritage” tab on the Granville Island website.  True story. Remnants of Granville Island’s past are obvious and abundant.  It is still the home of a fully operational … Continue reading

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Very Inspiring Blogger Award!!

            Okay!  This is crazy awesome.  First, I’d like to thank the Academy…  No?  Sorry. Wrong award.  I’d like to wholeheartedly thank Rara over at her frightfully wondrous blog, rarasaur.  (See what I did there, Rara??) She is quite often responsible for making my day so for her to give … Continue reading

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DAY TRIPPIN’… Chinatown

This – the second entry in the “day trippin’” series – was a long time coming, I know. My apologies.  Damn rain and all.  Our field trip started with a ride downtown to Vancouver’s Chinatown, which in all my years here I had yet to visit.  I was expecting something like Victoria’s Chinatown, but I … Continue reading