October 26th, 2017 — Fence on Carnarvon Street in the west side of Vancouver.
June 14th, 2016 — Construction fencing plus a lot of signs at 14th Street and Bellevue Avenue in West Vancouver.
June 8th, 1981 — The last day of the Happy Hour Cafe at 16th and Macdonald Street run by Bill Jones (front right smoking) and his family, daughter-in-law Marcia, son Tony, and wife Sharon.
December 28th, 2015 — Camp for homeless person on Alexander Street at Columbia.
Circa 1978 — Dress rehearsal for the Nutcracker ballet at the Oueen Elizabeth Theatre.
October 1st, 2016 — Temporarily a home for someone on Columbia Street at 7th Avenue.
October 13th, 2017 — The “We Are SaltSpring” banner by Greg Klassen at the entrance to Ganges on Salt Spring Island. On the side of the road there is a memorial for Greg who died just days after the banner was erected.
April 22nd, 2012 — Root Ball of a tree knocked over from the wind in Pacific Spirit Park,
October 31st, 2017 — The Carnival Band marches up Granville Street on Halloween night in the Parade of Lost Souls.
October 15th, 2017 — Every once in a while I go out to a park and kick the soccer ball around. It’s good exercise and it’s fun. The downside is that after doing this a couple of times I start thinking about playing the game again, maybe in a plus 60 league. It’s a downside because I forget how serious even 60 year olds take the game such as this defender for the Salt Spring Island Old Boys who first stepped on the foot of an opposing player for the Juan de Fuca 48’s and then kneed his other leg to knock him over and leave him lying on the field. Didn’t even get a yellow card. Juan de Fuca did have their revenge, however, winning by at least eight goals.