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Fall has arrived

October 12, 2016 A gorgeous, sunny day and a gloomy, wet forecast for the days to come. So out we went, to Golden Ears Provincial Park, Maple Ridge. We do this every year, in search of mushrooms. Not to eat, … Continue reading

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Vlieland, The Netherlands, June 2013

Vlieland, so tiny, so beautiful. Total size is 316 km² (land: 36 km² / water 280 km²) Total population: 1103 (Feb. 2012) There is only 1 village on the island, Oost-Vieland. Once, long ago, there was a second village, but … Continue reading

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Fort Langley – Pemberton – Nanoose Bay (Vancouver Island),

Maple Ridge is built along the Fraser River. Across the Fraser is Fort Langley. The original fort was a trading post of the Hudson Bay Company. To deal with the potential social and political upheavals caused by the great influx … Continue reading

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Vancouver: Museum of Anthropology and English Bay

As a first treat for our guests, we took them to Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology. Definitely worthwhile! We must have wandered around, inside and outside, for a couple of hours. It was a beautiful day, so what else could we … Continue reading

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Varadero

Varadero, no comparison with old Havana or Trinidad, but it was nice to rest our tired (but happy) feet in sand and waves as a perfect end of our holiday in Cuba.

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