We live on a post card…

Steve captured this photo on a sunny, mild winter day.  Come visit and this front-row seat could be yours for some relaxation and reflection.


1 Comment to “We live on a post card…”

  1. By Rodrigo, November 11, 2015 @ 12:49 am

    Excellent talk at the Art Gallery on April 19. I wandered in colemptely by chance and was captivated. I also attended Habitat’76 at Jericho as a kid and your talk brought back vivid images and memories of some of the unique structures I witnessed at the time. The historical insights you brought to light were fascinating.I learned a lot from your talk, and as a result, was inspired to submit comments to the Parks Board regarding plans for the Jericho wharf area. As a city, it is my hope Vancouver can be grown up and bold enough to encompass a broader vision, which recognizes both historical and cultural elements, as well as supporting the nature we love. I also agree it’s time to try and incorporate adequate recognition for what happened there (Jericho site) in 1976.As I haven’t been living in Vancouver for some time, though I’m a native, it was a great evening to catch up on what’s going on. I look forward to hearing more about the Habitat archival project. I’d like to get involved in some way as well, once I relocate back, which hopefully will be in the coming months. Thank you again for the evening’s presentation.

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