Goodbye Vancouver


At the end of August, J and I packed up all our things and stuffed them into a U-Haul. After the building manager did our moving out inspection, we were starving and headed to Le Pho for an early dinner. Then, J had a nap and I wandered the sidewalks between Hastings-Sunrise (aka the East Village) and Commercial Drive.

Of course, I had to say goodbye to the friendly cats at Lakewood and Napier, Larry and Banana.



And I took many pictures of the awesome trees and other leafy things.



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And then back to used-to-be-home. Goodbye Dairy Queen, 7-Eleven and shoes-on-wires.




  1. Vancouver looks nice place to live through your photos, Myriam. ๐Ÿ™‚ But what you think now, after several years, are you missing Vancouver or is the new place better? ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Large, natural spaces are important to me and both Vancouver and Calgary have beautiful natural spaces. The beauty is different because of the different vegetation, weather and landscapes. I enjoy both a lot and am glad I got the opportunity to experience these different places. I do miss my sister and my Vancouver friends though, but I do get to visit sometimes.

      I didn’t know where Estonia was until a few days ago. Someone told me of a place for bird-watching in northeastern Germany, near the Baltic Sea. I looked it up on Google Maps and saw Estonia. It looks nice – very green with a lot of coastal areas. ๐Ÿ™‚

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