Here is another shot that I took as the plane was making an approach to Vancouver airport. You can see a bit of the sun and the many layers of clouds in the sky. This was December 23rd, 1978. The next day it was raining but it was the only such day. Otherwise it was cold and mostly clear. The children loved it since the ponds were frozen over which as I understand it, usually doesn't happen in this part of British Columbia. Sun and cold pretty well described the rest of the 2 and a half week stay in Vancouver.
I stayed at the YMCA Vancouver on Burrard Street. That place has since been completely renovated. I met a young man from Hamilton, Ontario that was staying down the hall from me. We went to a restaurant on Burrard and I accompanied him to the Greyhound Bus Terminal which in those days was in the downtown, not at the Train station on Main Street as it is now. The last time I saw him he was catching a bus to Edmonton supposedly to work in the oil fields and I've not seen him since. Such is life! We meet people and see them for years and others we see once and never again. That was just over 30 years ago. So, what sort of adventures have you undertaken? - V
Volker: Various interests such as art, history, geography, music, philosophy, photography, etc. The cameras used to take photos are an HP Photosmart R717 (6.2 megapixels) and a Sony DSLR A100 (10.2 megapixels), both digital.
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