Thursday, November 12, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
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Friday, August 28, 2009
it's late August and although it's still summer, the evenings are getting cooler and the ocean will only be swimmable for another week or two. With that being said, we had an amazing run with July temperatures into the mid 30s and the ocean hitting a balmy 25 degrees, something completely different for the average Vancouverite. Our garden went crazy!!!
At the beginning of August, we had a plethora of events which took over the westend of Vancouver (where we live). The Festival of Lights (fireworks), the Pride parade, and the World Police and Firefighters Games. During the first weekend of the month there were close to 800 000 people taking part in one, two, or all three of the events.
I got back to Edmonton to visit my family and to have a few days to play with my (almost) 2 year old nephew Ethan. Geoff had a break from his Rigpa schedule so we were able to do a lot of swimming, barbecuing, and socializing. Our friend Karen (with whom I worked in Japan 10 years ago) came to visit as well. T and G
Geoff getting nude at Acadia Beach, Vancouver
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Wednesday, July 01, 2009
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Thursday, June 18, 2009
Finishing his holiday in Vancouver
With momSitting down for lunch in Chinatown
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Wednesday, February 25, 2009
It's almost March...hard to believe! With Vancouver's crazy winter who knows how the month will begin: like a lamb or like a lion?
After the huge snowfall(s) and cold temperatures at Christmas, Vancouver was fogged in for almost 10 days, followed-up by a month of sunny but cool weather. We didn't really have any rain in the first three weeks of February, and with the sunnier days came early blooms...Well it's nearing the end of the month and the rains have come back to the delight of many a westcoaster.
We managed to take advantage of the drier days of January and February by going snowshoeing at Mt. Seymour (on the north shore of Vancouver), taking in an "illumination festival" in Yaletown (very yuppie section of Vancouver), and just doing our regular walks...T and G
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Thursday, December 25, 2008
We are having a white and quiet Christmas in Vancouver. We hope that the holidays are safe and peace-filled for all of you wherever Christmas finds you this year.
Love Geoff and Terry
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