A Farewell To Clouds

Another day of extremely rainy weather here on the West Coast, but on the upside, I do have one more days worth of pictures featuring the gentler, friendlier type of clouds that so many of us know and love, as well as a few more shots of the city on a sunnier, more pleasant for walking type of day. So, no long introductions, or great big build-ups, everything that needed to be said about this collection of shots has already been said in the last two days, and with that in mind, let’s just jump right into the gallery.

And that’s it, I hope I didn’t totally bore you over the last three days, and I promise to try and come up with something a little different for the next gallery. Until that time, everybody stay safe, and healthy, keep up all the great writing, and we’ll read you later. God bless.

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10 thoughts on “A Farewell To Clouds

  1. Wow when it rains there it really rains. We used to get rains that lasted for days and then this damn drought started about 10 years ago and we seldom get really long spells of drenching rains. Thankfully though we’ve be getting more rain than we did several years ago. And I love rain so much and really, really miss it when it’s gone for long periods of time. Loved the photos! 🙂

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    1. As much as I love the sunshine, I, like yourself apparently, miss the rainfall if it fails to show up on at least a regular schedule. I credit it with keeping this province so wonderfully green in the summer, and I always find it refreshing to walk in (it only very seldom rains hard here on the coast). I never use an umbrella, just a tuque in the winter when it’s cool, or a baseball cap in the summer. You can usually walk that way in Vancouver’s rain for hours, and then just shake it off when you get indoors, and you are dry moments later. So I hope this finds you feeling well, and I thank you for taking the time to check out the Blog. Take care, and we’ll read you later. God bless. 🙂

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  2. At some point recently, I asked if you had heard Stan Rogers.
    He was a Canadian folk singer who went around and gathered old stories and opinions and formed them into songs.
    Here is one that always gives me goosebumps: Northwest Passage (it’s one of the few without guitar or anything in the background, just voice): http://youtu.be/a_7Pv5YshQ8

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      1. I can see I’m going to have to do a little homework on this guy, I can’t believe I don’t know anything about him. Mind you, I shouldn’t be shocked, it’s just because the PTSD keeps me so alienated from the world.

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      2. What’s strange is I can no longer find the information about the plane crash, the version I used to read. Now all I find is that he died of likely smoke inhalation but no mention of him trying to help others. Yet that is what I used to read on him. I wonder what’s happened?

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    1. Wow! It’s a beautiful tune. I know the story of the Franklin Expedition, but I had never heard this song, and from the amount of attention it apparently got, that’s really strange. Thanks a bunch my friend. I really appreciate you sending it.

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