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Steveston Excursion – Part 4 – Inbound

All photos taken on October 23, 2022.

Our return trip was pretty much the same route as our outbound ride, but we did have some things we wanted to take a closer look at, along the ride.

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Published by kagould17

Not much to tell. After working for 3 companies over 43+ years (38 years 7 months with my last company), I finally got that promotion I had waited my entire career for……retirement. I have been exploring this new career for the past 7+ years and while it is not always exciting, the chance to do what I want for myself and my family instead of what my company wants has been very fulfilling. Early on, there was a long list of projects in my “to-do” hopper and I attacked these projects with a vengeance for the first 9 months of retirement. Eventually, my brain told me that this was not what retirement was about, so it took me another 5 months before my industriousness again took over and I attacked another line of projects, this time somewhat shorter and less complicated, as well as many new projects related to the family weddings in 2016. After going hard for 6 weeks and 3 weddings, my body was telling me to relax, then the flu bug hit and as soon as that was done with me, my sciatic acted up. No rest for the wicked. In 2020 and 2021, the Covid 19 pandemic changed the whole retirement gig. I was lucky to not be still working, for sure. I enjoy photography, gardening, working with my hands, walking, cycling, skiing, travelling, reading and creating special photo and video productions obtained in my first pastime. I may never become wealthy in any of these pursuits, but I already feel I am rich in life experiences far beyond any expectation.

6 thoughts on “Steveston Excursion – Part 4 – Inbound

  1. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a cow look like that. The new development of houses also look very nice, although I’m sure they’re quite expensive. It’s nice having the freedom on a bike to stop and take a look at whatever you please.

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    1. We first saw Belted or Banded Galloways in New Zealand. They are a Scottish breed that can survive on poor windswept pastures. It was strange to see them so close to Vancouver. I do not think I would be happy living so close to sea level with only a dyke to protect me from the sea. Thanks for reading Lyssy. Allan

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    1. Like a bovine tuxedo. The Dutch complex was neat as a pin, so can only assume it maye be townhomes on a strata (condominium title). Hopefully safe behind the dyke. Just as I was taking the log boom shots, my camera battery died and I had to fumble for a new one. Thanks for reading Leighton. Allan

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