Vancouver in Early March – Part 26 – Lions Gate Bridge

Our last day in Vancouver, before we headed home to a new reality. We thought about renting bikes and then decided against it, to avoid contact with any virus residue. Son B suggested a walk across the Lions Gate Bridge and we embellished it from there, by talking a trail down from the bridge to the Seawall and then into the interior of Stanley Park. A good way to socially and physically isolate.

Benji dog came along for the walk and made it into many of our photos. He was pretty good, but we noticed his nervousness once we got to the middle of the span between the piers. Naturally, he did not know how to interpret the vibrations of the bridge deck as the cars drove past and like a horse, he was very uneasy walking across a surface he did not trust.

The views into Burrard Inlet were pretty impressive, as well.

shot from the bridge approach
shot from the path under the bridge

13 thoughts on “Vancouver in Early March – Part 26 – Lions Gate Bridge

    1. Thank you and thanks so much for reading. We did not want to get caught in self isolating in a high rise apartment in Vancouver. We stayed as safe as possible and when our train trip home was cancelled, we opted to rent a car and drive, rather than fly. Still healthy at home after almost 3 months. Stay well. Allan


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