|Heading over the new Port Mann Bridge on our way to Vancouver|
|Nice, modern structure - offering eight lanes - including the HOV lanes.|
|Looking north on Cambie Street towards downtown Vancouver.|
|A more close up view with the North Shore Mountains behind the downtown core.|
|A nice lunch had at this authentic French restaurant on Main Street in Vancouver.|
When his lease in downtown Vancouver ended - following 20 years in a prime location there - he chose to move away from the downtown core to this Main Street location. What a find!
|This filet of sole with burnt almonds was fantastic.|
|Coffee is served....|
|A glass dining table with the restaurant name scored in the glass.|
|I had pre-stained the lumber - while staining several other outdoor lumber materials for pergolas we plan to build in our back yard.|
|The 36 inch height was what I settled on as a good height to work with.|
Once I completed the build, I opened the can of stain and touched up the unpainted areas. The saw horses will be handy for some of the future works we have planned on the home front. The saw horses I previously had built had long been delivered to Edmonton and they remain there for our son to use on his home improvement projects.
|Easton loves playing with his John Deere equipment.|
|Once set up....Easton instantly went to the table and sat down to play.|
|I joined him for a bit ....and when I tired of squatting, I went to get the other small chair to sit with him. We sat there for quite some time.....!|
|He looked toward the camera for picture taking....while I continued reading.|
|He continued to make good use of this little table and chairs.|
|The electrician promised to be here by 11:00 am this coming Monday.|
|A dozen roses for Jeanette on our 38th anniversary|
Thanks for dropping by.