Taking Advantage of a Civic Holiday

Since we’re celebrating BC Day here on the West Coast in Canada, a lot of things are closed and today is kind of like a Saturday or Sunday, so I thought I would take advantage of it to throw up a new post. Nothing fancy mind you, just twelve pictures that I took back in May that somehow never made it onto these pages, and so now I figure their time has come. Except for the shots of Mount Seymour, the pictures are pretty self-explanatory, and if I tried to give you any kind of detailed description of the mountain, we would still be here next BC Day. Suffice it to say that in the two pictures that feature Mount Seymour, it’s the mountain at the rear with the triple peaks. An interesting point about that center peak is that at the rear of that one lay some of the longest toboggan runs in the entire world, and until you’ve climbed into a rubber tire-tube and launched yourself down that mountain, you still have at least one definition of amusement-park type fear to add to  your collection. Lol. So anyway, here what I have for you today, and I’ll see you next time.


6 thoughts on “Taking Advantage of a Civic Holiday

  1. I have a few posts to catch up on since returning from my trip and visited yours first. So happy I did as once again you have inspired me to return to my current medium of painting. I am determined to figure out how to paint a simple flower and you pink blossom photograph is a perfect specimen to try to capture because it really shows the light and dark shading I am having trouble getting right. Hope you don’t mind that I saved a copy to my computer so I can pull it up at will. (((hugs)))

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