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Old Nov 28, 2006, 6:07 PM   #11
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WOW- is that you shoveling snow in that amazing second photo? How high is that bridge? Do you have any summer pix of same?

Quite amazing photos - I love them but I'm freezing even tho it's all of 50 degrees here!!


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Old Nov 28, 2006, 9:16 PM   #12
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Hi MsPuck. No, that's not me shoveling the bridge. The only thing people tell me that I shovel is BS.:G That bridge is about 200' high above a very narrow canyon. I have some summer photos, but I'd really have to look for them. 50??? Luxury......cheers....Don


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WOW- is that you shoveling snow in that amazing second photo? How high is that bridge? Do you have any summer pix of same?

Quite amazing photos - I love them but I'm freezing even tho it's all of 50 degrees here!!

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Old Nov 29, 2006, 1:49 AM   #13
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Hi Don,

Nice pics. Is that Capilano Gorge in pic #2? I was there as a tourist in 2004 (thankfully minus snow) and it looks familiar.

Would appreciate if you could shovel some of that snow into a bag and post it down here. 34 degrees C, no rain for ages, 8% of normal water flows into our dams, level 3 water restrictions just around the corner - I am watching my lawn die before my eyes.....

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Old Nov 29, 2006, 2:23 AM   #14
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Hi, Don. I'll echo what's already been said - #2's definitely my favorite. That's a great shot of what looks a lotlike the Capilano Suspension Bridge.

It's -24 C here as I write this, so a measly -11 sounds positively balmy! Keep warm!:-)
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Wow, a winter wonderland! Number 2 is my favorite! Donna
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Old Nov 29, 2006, 9:30 AM   #16
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The suspension bridge is in Lynn Canyon, which is just up the road from my place. The Capilano is bigger, and isn't free to cross. This one is a lot narrower and shorter, but just as high I think - and no charge to see it....D.


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Nice pics. Is that Capilano Gorge in pic #2? I was there as a tourist in 2004 (thankfully minus snow) and it looks familiar.

Would appreciate if you could shovel some of that snow into a bag and post it down here. 34 degrees C, no rain for ages, 8% of normal water flows into our dams, level 3 water restrictions just around the corner - I am watching my lawn die before my eyes.....

Cheers,

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