Wednesday Jan 11. Visiting friends in Vancouver B.C.

Written by Jack van Ommen on January 11th, 2012

premarin for children shakespeare's portrayal of women in hamlet essay https://bigsurlandtrust.org/care/cialis-20mg-valor/20/ http://amade.udg.edu/medication/el-viagra-exita/23/ achats cialis france how to cite newspaper articles apa generic propecia cvs https://zacharyelementary.org/presentation/parts-of-the-essay-writing/30/ ocular side effects of lipitor cialis la thuoc gi mba essay prep source go site https://thembl.org/masters/wind-energy-essay-topics/60/ click here levitra iraq https://homemods.org/usc/soil-erosion-essay/46/ http://hyperbaricnurses.org/642-buy-low-price-viagra/ see cialis and bath tub buy a essay for cheap compare cialis prices in michigan prednisone photo research papers + delegatus non potest delegare a trifle from real life essay how to write a magazine article review ramachandra vinoth in conflict thesis http://amade.udg.edu/medication/natuurlijke-viagra/23/ click michigan law optional essays source enter I had Sashimi lunch in Port Moody with Bonnie a dear friend since 1986. Then off to Vancouver near Granville Island to see Phil and Leilani who I had met exactly two years ago on a a three day tour of the Mekong Delta. We had a lot to talk about. They are world travellers, sailors and skiers. Great friends. Vancouver remains one of the most attractive cities to visit on my list. We stood on the rooftop of Phil and Lei’s condo at 6th and Cambie watching the setting sun reflecting in the windows of the high rises across English Bay and spilling over the snow capped Lions. You have to believe my thoughts, the camera battery was empty.  

Today it’s back to the “The Mastmakers Daughters” translation and then I make one more day visit, tomorrow, to Vancouver to see more old friends.

I had hoped to get a good moon set picture because I have a superb unobstructed view to the West from here across the San Juan Islands but unlike sailing in more southern latitudes the cloud cover is a spoiler here. I love the summers in the N.W. but I am afraid that the 7 years sailing under clearer skies and in warmer temperatures have spoiled me for ever.

 

 

 

Leave a Comment