Looking up the
Gorge Waterway from the Galloping Goose Trail trestle bridge that connects Vic West with Gorge Road East, Victoria, B.C., May 2012
Cycled to the
Victoria Blues Society Sunday Services yesterday. Used the Galloping Goose route which was just being dreamed about when I first lived here in the early 1990’s. Stopped to admire this view of the Gorge Waterway.
Small watercraft moored along the Gorge Waterway near the Galloping Goose trestle bridge that connects Vic West with Gorge Road East, Victoria, B.C., May 2012
Had a great jam session at the Upper Deck and on the way home spotted this
Water Keepers’ Pole, by Salish artist Charles Elliot at the start of the Galloping Goose Trail, Victoria, B.C., May 2012.
Click image to enlarge text to read about the symbolism in the Water Keepers’ Pole.
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May 7, 2012
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Ooh jealous me, looks stunning. You will be pleased to know that the rain has not stopped. Do you know Taj? There is one where I work. Had to get some lemons today, stepped out of the building and the heaven’s opened … 😉
I got sunburned my first wknd back here 🙂