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.



2 thoughts on “Goodbye Vancouver

    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. 🙂

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