The fallen leaves and colours are a giveaway that this footage was from the fall. I just got to putting together a little montage now. Stanley Park is fantastic. I always look forward to seeing the raccoons. Cute enough to feed, it's hard to resist the urge.
Effects from the Okanagan Mountain Park Fire of 2003 are still visible along the Myra Canyon Trail. The green of some spruce here alongside a hollow stand of burnt trees serve as a visible reminder of the fire that evacuated 27,000 people.
I was expecting to see a park filled with apple trees given this park sign (i.e. the granny smith apple variety). Then I read that the commemoration of this park in Port Coquitlam was to an actual Granny Dorothy Smith. Good thing the A&W Restaurant sign in the background wasn't advertising the Granny burger instead of the Papa burger. That just wouldn't have been appropriate.
Admittedly, I enjoy bathroom humour. Derby Reach Provincial Park is the only park in the Greater Vancouver area that has overnight vehicle/tent camping. During my recent visit, I noticed somebody enter the outhouse above with a bit of haste. He was in there a while. Must have been a bad hot dog or marshmallow roasted over the campfire. I was hoping to catch him as he was exiting the commode, albeit not at the extravagant lengths these guys went to: