Pitt-Addington Marsh was by Pitt Lake. The signage of this Pitt Meadows location was poor and grasses bent over the narrow neglected path, but the day was perfect and the scenery spectacular. Continue reading Pitt-Addington Marsh
The Coquitlam River flows from Coquitlam Lake into the Fraser River — a distance of only fourteen kilometres. I’ve hiked its trails that span both sides of the river from Crystal Falls in its upper reaches to the estuary. Continue reading The Coquitlam River
I was on my way to the Katsura River and Arashiyama Park in Kyoto’s Arashiyama district, but detoured to a pond laden with lily pads. Continue reading The simple delights of nature
Within Vancouver’s Chinatown, was the restful Sen Park. It was a haven of peace within a busy city where traffic never ceased. Continue reading Dr Sun Yat — Sen Park
I was close to done with palaces, but the final one was worth the visit.
Changdeokgung Palace secreted one surprise after another. I turned corners and artistic buildings crystalized. Even the walls surrounding palace structures were impressive. Unlike Deoksugung Palace, I accompanied a guide. There was no choice! Continue reading Seoul’s Changdeokgung Palace