I met up with a very special friend who was on the last leg of her vacation in Southern British Columbia, spending those last two days of it in Richmond. I thought spending the morning and afternoon in Steveston with her would be a great outing as the weather was holding and she was up for a walk in the park. It was great: site seeing, then a seafood lunch, then more site seeing. It was also a great way to explore the city of Richmond.
Above, the Steveston Memorial that has the names of fishers who lost their lives while making their living on the Pacific Ocean. Below, looking North West towards Vancouver and Richmond, part of the Fraser River delta called Lulu Island.
It was cloudy as the Sun was just visible, but the warm air made up for it as we walked; not one rain drop fell while we were there. The sea air was awesome too–it sure cleared the sinuses. We did noticed that there were no seagulls flying about too–very odd.
It was great time spending it out in the park walking about. So sad that it had to end as we went back to our busy lives. There is always next time. 🙂