A cold week in Squamish, but no new snow – apparently another dump predicted for tonight. Its been a beautiful “blue sky” week throughout the Sea-to-Sky corridor – a little bit unusual in this part of the world and much enjoyed – a few shot taken around Squamish and North Vancouver can be seen by […]
On the drive home this evening, I pulled over to get a quick shot of a full moon rising over the Mamquam glacier – if conditions permit, I’ll try again tomorrow with a tripod !
Snow continued to fall along the Sea-to-Sky corridor through much of the weekend, much to the delight of kids, skiers and drivers trying to make it to Whistler (not). I once thought a heated driveway was a ridiculous extravagance, but it somehow now seems like a perfectly reasonable goal after having shovelled the driveway three […]
On December 8th, Hatfield held its highly anticipated annual hockey event at the West Vancouver Rec Centre. This fun event is open to all staff (past and present) brave enough to put on skates – Honourable mention for the youngest attendee (Ben), best attire (Colin), best spinnerama move (too many to mention) and the organizers. […]
At the end of October, a local multimedia artist, Christina Nick, installed three permanent art installations around town that feature brightly-coloured sockeye salmon made of welded steel. Salmon in each installation are positioned to give the impression of leaping up a waterfall and add a splash of colour and “quirkiness” to an increasingly vibrant downtown. […]