Walking in a winter wonderland --- NOT what we expected! But - All's well that ends well. It was still an enjoyable outing and will make us appreciate Spring that much more - when it comes. --- DeNNis.
|This map is already so cluttered that I couldn't add much. Follow the "yellow brick road" from where we parked in Bamfield Park (top right) in a clockwise direction and it should tell the story.|
|Notice the grass is green.|
|Mansion on the hillside.|
|Across the Selkirk Trestle. Watch for bicyclists.|
|Looking south -sort of.|
|Looking up the Gorge waterway.|
The yellow print on the pavement in the bottom center of the
photo states "You are here". Okay!
|Cock of the walk.|
|A unique piece of sculpture - probably very costly.|
|Yes - that is snow.|
|Even though the shrubs are blooming.|
|The Rock Bay Mural project.|
Stopped in at Phillips Brewery for a break from the snow.
Sneaked a picture of the huge vats.
|Psychedelic paint jobs add interest to the neighborhood.|
|In Capital Irons' Outdoor Garden Center.|
|Inside their lower level.|
|Looking across the Capital Iron parking lot, this mural looks very real.|
Making our way through
Fan Tan Alley.
|The Gate of Harmonious Interest.|
|Feeling better and warmer after an excellent lunch.|
|A little more snow but this person doesn't mind.|
|The old Blue Bridge.|
|Beneath the Pt Ellice Bridge.|
|Lots of snowdrops.|
|The once-green grass is now WHITE.|