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Deer Lake trails, Burnaby

Deer Lake trails, Burnaby

A few minutes from good ol Metrotown mall is Deer Lake (just east of Royal Oak, south of Burnaby Central high school, Burnaby City Hall and the Bby Po Po) and its got a nice set of trails around it. Have a look... MORE PICS...
Time for some Lemonade

Time for some Lemonade

Lemonde is just one of many awesome crafty companies here in Vancouver. With smile inducing products like these, why would you not want to buy local and support our own home grown talent.
GMAN AND CHONG

GMAN AND CHONG

Another 4/20 themed post... this one's a classic photo of a young GMAN kickin' it on the Pacific with the one and only, Tommy Chong...
BLUE WHALES IN OUR BACKYARD

BLUE WHALES IN OUR BACKYARD

This is perhaps the most awesome nature news I've ever posted! Again, this is NOT the wildlife project I told you we're launching, but it could serve as another nice little segue to it...
BORDERING THE CITY

BORDERING THE CITY

Have you ever been to Belcarra Regional Park? It's a quick drive, right outside of Port Moody, below is a Google map screen capture of the trip from Mt Pleasant to the park.
SKUNK ACTION

SKUNK ACTION

I've been trying to get a good picture of my friendly neighborhood skunk for a couple of weeks so that I could warm you up to a project we're going to be launching soon...
METRO VANCOUVER RECYCLING DATABASE

METRO VANCOUVER RECYCLING DATABASE

Holy technology! Remember the CYCLING VANCOUVER THING that calculates the biking routes with the least pollution etc? And CANPAGES STREETVIEW MAPS ? Well, Metro Vancouver has stepped up to the plate and introduced an online tool that'll help you find

BIRDS OF PREY IN FLIGHT AT THE VANCOUVER AQUARIUM

This new show at the Vancouver Aquarium looks pretty awesome... httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfxSdPEKp_s THE OFFICIAL BLURB: New this Spring, the Vancouver Aquarium is proud to offer an amazing new show – Birds of Prey In Flight.
IT'S NOT ALL DOOM AND GLOOM

IT'S NOT ALL DOOM AND GLOOM

PHOTO: QBIT I got an e-mail from my friend Sean Miller today, recommending that we do something about the Vancouver rain because: It's a part of Vancouver that will never change so people need to look at the awesome parts of it: 1.
Bald eagle attack

Bald eagle attack

On a little walk around North Van, I got to witness a bald eagle being harassed by seagulls and crows. The eagle was just sitting there chilling. Did the other birds not realize they are 1/4 the size the bigger bird of prey?