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An Inukshuk was traditionally used as a landmark by the Inuit and First Nations people.
There's been some kind of slide here for about 100 years. That's a lot of sliding.
I was born and raised in Vancouver so I look suspiciously at palm trees.
I love the Amazing Laughter sculpture because everybody turns into a kid.
There's a great store called Kimprints here, almost a Vancouver institution! That's my friend waving at us.
The vines, covering the whole west wall of the Sylvia Hotel were started by a tenant, Mrs. Kenvyn, after World War ll.
Canada geese. They're kind of everywhere now.
Vancouver's Seawall, the world's longest uninterrupted waterfront path.
It's a game we used to play, counting tankers and bulk carriers. I counted 17 one time.
Alexandra, the little park with the big view. The bandstand has been around since 1914.
I thought it was normal to have logs arranged on a beach. Then I traveled and learned it's a unique Vancouver feature. Nice for leaning.
Way over here is the University of British Columbia, with even more beaches (including a naked one.)
I'm pretty well convinced, as soon as a cyclists put on spandex they think they own the place. This is now a bike route and you have to be on your toes.
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