Deep Cove (North Vancouver)

Deep Cove holds some of the nicest memories of my life in Vancouver. Admittedly, it’s not located within the city of Vancouver (it is a little community located in the easternmost part of the District of North Vancouver, as indicated by the Wikipedia entry for Deep Cove). Quite often, JT and I hike the Baden-Powell Trail. We usually climb all the way up to Quarry Rock and sit there to witness the breathtaking views of Indian Arm.

Deep Cove/Arms Reach Bistro

This past Friday I took my Mom to Deep Cove. We walked around Panorama Park, and had dinner at Arms Reach Bistro. We sat on the benches in the park and had a relaxing time chatting about life, and in particular, my life in Vancouver. I think that the more I show Mom what my life looks like now, the better she feels about my decision to live in Canada and to stay in Vancouver.

More of my photos of Deep Cove on my Flickr photo set.

Deep Cove/Arms Reach Bistro

Deep Cove/Arms Reach Bistro

Deep Cove/Arms Reach Bistro

Deep Cove/Arms Reach Bistro

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Comments (3)

Peter vT ~ @PvTJuly 3rd, 2010 at 2:12 pm

I’m glad it was sunny!!! This is helping Mom’s acceptance factor I’m sure.

Love seeing the pics you’ve posted over the last few days with you and your Mom. Awesome to see the love between Mother and Child. Those of us who have Mom’s, especially when we have a healthy loving connection are very fortunate, and in my case I’m incredibly grateful for the positive caring relationship I have with mine.

Your posts & pics may very well help others recognize this important connection where the nurturing can go both ways.

I propose a toast to Mothers everywhere!

RaulJuly 3rd, 2010 at 3:14 pm

Thanks, Peter!

My Mom has always been my best friend. I adore my Dad too, but my Mom and I have enjoyed a particularly strong bond since I was very little. It’s been really good for both of us to have time for ourselves (she hadn’t visited Vancouver since 2007).

LeeannJuly 4th, 2010 at 9:01 pm

I agree with Peter – it is nice to see the snapshot into your relationshio with your mom. It seems to be strong indeed. It must be hard for her to cut the chord with you here, but I am guessing she is happy life is going so well for you here.

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