This is a sign marking a hiking trail in the middle of the forest. People can't just leave well enough alone, can they? I mean, really, if you're going to go through the effort of defacing a sign then why not at least draw something funny. Drawing a bottle in one hand, some sort of burning material that's cigarette-shaped in the other hand (we can guess what that is), and putting shoes on him just doesn't cut it. I haven't the slightest clue why he's speaking the makings of a tic-tac-toe board.
There's an empty bag of Tostidos and bottle of Gatorade on the table beside the guy having a snoozefest in this screened tent. Aren't a bunch of tortilla chip carbohydrates and sport drink electrolytes supposed to give you energy ?
This look is the reason I try not to fall asleep when on public display.
If you're lucky enough to have a boat and the opportunity of leisure time to travel to Vancouver, Pelican Bay Marina pictured above at the Granville Island Hotel is an option for you for temporary moorage. Then you can take a colourful Aquabus across False Creek to upscale Yaletown. Oh, to have the free time. And money.
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:
This kayaker set off from the banks of the Jericho Sailing Centre. Albeit frigid, the waters of Burrard Inlet were calm, allowing good opportunity for him to hone his skills at righting a capsized kayak.
If you enjoy parks, trees, outdoor recreation and the like then Stanley Park is probably one of the places in Vancouver you visit if you're a tourist, or frequent if you're a local. The seagulls here are spending their rainy Sunday morning sitting on the Stanley Park Seawall, which is a 20+km path along Vancouver's waterfront from the Convention Centre on Burrard Inlet (Coal Harbour), around Stanley Park past the Lions Gate Bridge, and into the English Bay Promenade. Bring your walking shoes, a bicycle or rollerblades and a picnic lunch to experience the purest form of nature in the middle of the city.
Map sourced from Vancouver Entertainment
The Fort Langley Rowing Club is out rain or shine. A little fog kept boating traffic at bay, yielding the entire channel to themselves.