This morning we went down to the downtown Haney Wharf on the riverfront. We parked in town, took our tea and muffins.
What a sexy beast!
From the wharf we saw a few squatters' boats moored. The wooden boat was interesting as it was flying a Jolly Rodger. The catamaran was being guarded by a brown pitbull on the roof.
This is an old, old part of town. The tiny white building used to be a post office. Here Keith and Heidi sit under the Wharf Beam structure. It's not that old but I guess was built to suit the area, I love it, it makes for great photo ops.
Here Heidi and Keith are crossing ABBEY ROAD (otherwise known as River Road). On the right are old turn of the century buildings that are now a pub and liqour store. To get to the wharf, you have to go through a tunnel which goes under a road. The north face of it is painted with a mural depicting the native fishermen and the settlers. You can click on any of these pictures to enlarge them.
This afternoon, I work my last of six shifts. then I get two days off. So Tommorrow, we are taking a picnic and heading to Vancouver to the seaside. I can't wait! Thanks for joining us today.