Vancouver bloggers recently have been writing stories of what they observed on transit here. The weather in the Lower Mainland has been a little nutty, first with a snow storm then storms of other kinds (today a wind storm that caused traffic snarls (e.g. power failure at VCC-Clark SkyTrain Station). Here are a few of the stories I noticed:
The water advisory here in Vancouver is making me feel like an idiot for not having 4 liters of fresh water. You know, the 4 liters you're supposed to have in case of an emergency like an earthquake (or whatever it is the experts are recommending these days).
A couple of weeks ago, along with Darren and Heather, I went to see Body Worlds 3 at Science World. The exhibition shows human bodies, stripped of their skin, and plastinated by Gunther von Hagens and set in positions, such as a male doing a handstand with a skateboard, or a female archer extending her bow. The tour very stereotypically ends with a Body Worlds gift shop.