Ending up in the town of Golden dale Washington for undisclosed reasons, I venture up to the hills, towards an observatory and admire hearty windblown trees, snow swept hills and swathes of manufactured homes as i pack bowl from a handy one hitter.
On Boxing Day 2007 (Dec. 26th to USA), me and a pal head downtown Vancouver to a shop on Robson street and documenting the sights and sounds of transit and other holiday season oddities.
A float plane slowly taxis from its dock and into Coal Harbour and the Burrard Inlet to prepare for take off.
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Just taking a wee stroll through the park (near Prospect Point IIRC) soon after the big storm in December 2006. Lots of trees down from the storm or cut as they were dangerously precarious, sapling split, things generally amiss.
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DaveO shares knowledge like a tour guide on a visit to a scenic lookout point on Mt. Cypress road.
After pointing vaguely towards the Gulf Islands, Fraser Valley, Burrard Inlet, Stanley Park and Lions’s Gate Bridge, he caressingly creates a few panorama shots of the environs with a soundtrack of earnest folks taking photos.
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On January 5, 2007 Vancouver, BC’s domed stadium suffered weather and operational error resulting in an unplanned deflation of the giant dome.
I recall when the stadium was opened in 1983 and many 747 engine were required to inflate the dome and airlock doors keep the pressure adequate to maintain the structure.
This simply captures a 360 degree view of the city scape of north east false creek during this unique situation.
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On Canadian election evening in 2006, i join some folks at a pub to discuss results and share my opinion with my pal, Roland Tanglao who asks: Will the Conservative minority truly hinder Dave’s passion?
Uncle Weed interviews The Numbskulz, a rock n roll band consisting of 3 teenage brothers living in Pe Ell, Washington.
The discuss originals and covers, biggest fans, favourite bands, and future plans after a weekend recording sessions in a drippy house. Plus a name check for Steve Bays’ hair.
Note: Hear more interviews and music with The Numbskulz on Choogle On with Uncle Weed podcast.
My pal The Unabonger visited a park in the landing path for nearby SeaTac airport. I captured the gleaming bellies of some planes. Later, with large tankards of ale, we watched miniature railroad run it’s course at a bar. This was maybe 2005/6.
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