Not much to post about these days I’m afraid. It’s back to the office full time after more than a year of working from home which is a big adjustment. One thing has and will stay the same, obtaining more collectibles. Here’s some pictures of some I’ve recently acquired.
As I’m still working from home I’ve been sticking with Hello Fresh. When I do start going back into the office soon I’ll be moving my delivery date to Saturday to see if that works out.
This weekend I had the privilege of attending my niece’s wedding in Campbell River, BC, Canada. One thing I noticed very quickly was there were a lot of wooden carvings around.
One of the best places in British Columbia, Canada is to take a trip to Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver. While it may be getting, a little busy (as is anywhere beautiful these days) it still manages to keep its charm.
On the North Shore we have an amazing trail that connects one end to the other and takes you to many great landmarks called the Spirit Trail. This weeks walk was through a small portion which can be accessed near Park Royal mall.
Another week, another trip out to a place in British Columbia where I live. Not a lot to do these days and it’s good for an introvert such as myself to leave the house. This week the trip was to Cleveland Park, in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Another excursion to help slow the insanity of cabin fever, at least a little. This time to a much closer location, Dundarave Beach/Pier in West Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Due to the events of the last year, and ongoing, I’m not getting out of the house as much as I did before. Which to be honest wasn’t a lot to begin with. Yesterday I had the good fortune to make it out to where I used to live, Richmond, BC and was able to take some pictures of art and my surroundings.