Nestled in the forest next to the Fitzsimmons River facing Blackcomb Way, the Audain Art Museum is a worthy visit next time you are on the mountain.
Arthur Charles Erickson (1924-2009) – Vancouver Architect and urban planner – internationally known for his futuristic designs and commercial architecture – Monteverdi Estates in West Vancouver was one of his […]
Skedans Haida Village, Gwaii Haanas Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site
Views of English Bay, Vancouver’s North Shore and Spanish Banks, this terraced garden sprinkled with exquisite BC Native sculptures + art. A highlight of the Heritage Vancouver annual fundraiser garden […]
Heritage Vancouver (heritagevancouver.org) has hosted a fundraiser Garden Tour for five years, people generously open their gardens, this is my third time enjoying. From the grand to cottage, there was much […]
Tofino and Ucluelet BC are a little piece of paradise, and I love to visit as often as I am able. The internationally renowned and award winning Wickaninnish Inn is […]
A continuation of our stay – cation in Vancouver (from yesterday) was a long overdue visit the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Gardens. Today, I am sharing some pretty photos […]
Feeling the need to do something festive, I booked a night at the Granville Island Hotel, made a reservation at the Shaunessy restaurant and headed into Vancouver from the burbs. […]
this wreath was my favorite
Rustic stone fireplace, wood mantle, and a natural palette are all classic elements of West Coast Style.
Taking inspiration from the Oceanfront landscape and the rainforest, the interior and exterior of the resort are seamless with the surroundings.
A mermaid and a beaver for an afternoon til the tide rolled in.
It was wonderful to see a castle garden that at one time was cared for by 120 gardeners in contrast to the intimate, private garden cared for extensively by two people.