Saturday, January 16, 2010

Granville Market

Our lunch of stone-baked caraway seed bagel, fresh mozzarella balls and salami.


The cute little aqua buses.


Practically under the bridge.


Sideways pears. They grow like that.


Incredible selection of terrines!


I don't remember what these were...some type of nut?


Beautiful Pastry Case


Gearing up for the 2010 Olympics.

Lonsdale Quay

A quay is a wharf or bank where ships or other vessels are loaded. We simply had to revisit a delightful market there.


The tugs all snug as a bug in a rug...


Dragonfruit! The inside looks like kiwi except the flesh is white.


Persimmons!


Orchids!


Lamb Gyro!


Nanimo Bars on the top shelf! We bought and ate one, of course.
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Lynn Canyon

Three years ago, we made it to Lynn Canyon by nightfall. We inched our way out on the bridge and listened to the raging water in the dark while the rain poured down around us. This time it was still raining, but at least we had daylight!

There was a blue balloon stuck in the current!


Mark's VILLAIN look. And I have no idea how to get rid of the writing on the wall.
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There was someone else on the bridge too...that had, at some point in their life, been to IKEA.


View of the suspension bridge from upstream.


Hunky Husband


Me, by my favorite photographer. The cold made our cheeks rosy!