Author: Andrew Seal

thoughts elsewhere


 
Yesterday as the Pacific Spirit Park sparkled in the glorious sunshine, and recognizing how fortunate we are here in Beautiful British Columbia, my thoughts are very much with all those suffering the horrific fires in Washington, Oregon, California and Arizona, with my condolences to those who have lost loved ones and communities and very much hoping that their landscapes will soon be restored to the beautiful places that I know they are.


 
Walking along the Lily of the Valley Trail in the Pacific Spirit Park today I wondered why tree bark was dropping on top of me. Well, here’s the answer, a hard at work woodpecker back at work after Labor Day.

park perfect

 
 

Labor Day Pacific Spirit Park visit with a little different take for a change.
Hope yours was a good one too.
 
 

Happy Labor Day


 

Last night’s sunset in Vancouver was a winner.
Happy Labor Day, especially to our Frontline Heroes

Shapo


 
Congratulations to Denis Shapovalov the first Canadian on the men’s side to reach the Quarter Final of the US Open in the open era. What a game! Oh Canada 🇨🇦

enjoy the “wow”


 
Two days of “wow moments” this week to enjoy from the Pacific Spirit Park, Vancouver, as we start the long weekend. Hope yours is one full of love and joy.
 
   
 
   

“false narrative” – I don’t think so


 
Daniel Prude, whose head was covered with a “spit hood” and then held prone on the ground by members of the Rochester, NY Police on March 23rd, died of asphyxiation. “ I don’t think there are two justice systems,” says the Attorney General William Barr, “…it’s simply a false narrative.” To quote the Bard once again, “Something is rotten in the State of Denmark.”
 

 

With heartfelt condolences to the family of Daniel Prude.