This is a dude kayaking with a stylin hat, earphones, and a facial expression that is a product of listening to some tunes I assume. He reminds me of Otto, the bus driver from The Simpsons.
Fort Langley existed before Vancouver and Victoria were built and functioned as a Hudson's Bay Company trading post in the early 1800s. I was anticipating "walking in the footsteps of British Columbia's early adventurers and exploring the actual site where British Columbia became a colony" until I got to the walls of the fort here and made my own epic discovery that it costs $7.80 to do so.
It sometimes gets confusing living on the West Coast. Add a basket of fish n' chips to this photo of the bridge to the Albion Ferry terminal and one could easily mistake it for jolly old England.
Here's an organism that loves the damp weather we've been having in Vancouver lately. If nobody else, moss is pleased with all the rain we've been getting.
The Fort Langley Rowing Club is out rain or shine. A little fog kept boating traffic at bay, yielding the entire channel to themselves.