One has to wonder, had I visited Vancouver in December, rather than April, would I have been so keen to move here?
Monday was a holiday here, Family Day, so while Bruce worked from home in the morning, I took off for Queen Elizabeth park because it was a beautiful day. I'm monitoring all of the gardens these days, watching for signs of Spring. At any rate, it was chilly, but lovely, so no staying indoors for me!
As we've discussed before QEP is the highest point in the city of Vancouver, affording sweeping views of the city from many vantage points.
learned that there are way more types than, it seems, anyone can count.
Which brings me to my title. In my last post I mentioned the possibility for snow, however, I was not holding my breath as I've seen that little snow icon before only to have it disappear just as quickly as it appeared. Still, I told Bruce that perhaps it will snow tonight, to which he replied, "probably not."
"Honey, I want more!" Being the loving husband that he is, he answered back, "you've had your snow." Spoil sport!!!
I'm here to tell you that my wish came true! When we woke up the first thing Bruce did was look outdoors and said, "yup, it snowed."
This article from the Vancouver Sun explains the goose problem. Wow!
Wish me luck,
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