October 25th, 2019 — It was very windy along North West Marine drive on Saturday but enough to send a Tesla into the ditch; I don’t think so. It took two tow trucks to pull the car out.
October 25th, 2019 — High winds brought the wind surfers out to English Bay while below the wind and blowing sand makes walking difficult on Spanish Banks.
September 17th, 2019 — Vesuvius Beach, Salt Spring Island.
October 20th, 2019 — It took Dan Driediger (563) 30 minutes to get past Lucas Gallagher at this year’s Junkyard CX race at South Surrey Athletic Park only to get hung up a minute later for what seemed ages on the course tape at the top of a tricky hill. Gallagher got by but not for long as later in the lap Driediger re-passed and opened up a thirty second lead to finish 6th in the intermediate men’s class. More yellow tape problems below and all the pictures from the race HERE.
October 20th, 2019 — It was wet, cold, and slippery at the Junkyard Cyclocross race held at South Surrey Athletic Park today. More pictures from the race can be found HERE or by clicking on the above picture. It’s OK to share or download pictures from the cyclocross galleries. There are no pictures from the last races of the day as the cold and wet sent me home early.
October 14th, 2019 — New subdivisions everywhere, even peaceful idyllic Salt Spring Island, are plagued with kids driving fast cars burning rubber. This spot is on Spring Gold Way just off Juniper Road.
September 25th, 2019 — A second world war army truck abandoned on the Baden Powell Trail just above Millstream Road, West Vancouver. It’s probably left over from when Hollyburn Ridge, as it was then called, was logged in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. The Baden Powell Trail used to be known as Skid Road Trail.
October 12th, 2019 — Red doors on a blue building in a lane off Cartwright Street on Granville Island.
October 8th, 2019 — The Vancouver trade and convention centre along with the Vancouver skyline from the foot of Lonsdale Street in North Vancouver.
October 6th, 2019 — A quick game of cricket on UBC’s east mall, once trees and grass, is now played on concrete and resembles an inner city basketball game. Construction on the campus has turned what was many years ago a leafy, grassy, comfortable university into a downtown metropolis with architecture similar in style to 1950’s Moscow. University people profess to be green, to believe in global warming, but they cut down trees and pave lawns as fast as a gyppo logging outfit.