Saturday morning walk in Vancouver

I left the house at 5:15 am on Saturday morning, to meet Philip and Lawrence at the Urban Fare in Yaletown, which is the trendy part of downtown Vancouver where Philip and other affluent hipsters reside.   Lawrence and I were coming from the burbs – by train.  I caught the Canada Line from the Bridgeport station and got to the Yaletown/Roundhouse station at 6:10 am.  Philip arrived at 6:30 am and a few minutes later, Lawrence arrived.  We had a coffee and then headed outside for our walk around the downtown and Coal Harbour.

Here are a few of the photos and video clips from our walk: Saturday morning walk

The weather forecast is predicting a few more days of this mild and sunny weather, and I had been hoping to walk with the Venturers in Kitsilano today but I need to take my Holly to the vet.  Yesterday, when I got home, I noticed that she had blood in her stool and she’s not her usual self – so I’m worried about her.  But things could always be worse, so I’m not complaining.

By the way, here are a few photos from the film project I booked for Vets Canada.  My role is an almost homeless vet, living in his old motorhome and trying to survive – but still proudly wearing one of his medals.

On the set

on Terminal Avenue

January 11, 2019

A proud vet

with Peter and Mike...

and Jessica (stylist)

 

Dedicated to Holly Golightly, my dog.

Hugs,

Danny

Today’s tunes from Danny’s library (purchased):

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An almost famous Film, Television & Stage Actor living in Vancouver, BC (as in almost pregnant). His other passions include: patient advocate (he had Stage 3 Throat Cancer) ; daily power walks at the Promenade in White Rock; and of course, spoiling his dog Holly Golightly. If you like the stuff he writes about - please leave a hug (or a comment).

6 thoughts on “Saturday morning walk in Vancouver

    1. Sorry, Suzette, I just noticed that I had some comments – Holly is much better now and she’s almost finished her meds. But how are you doing? Any word on when you’re going for surgery? Hugs & Luv

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