Places to Go

Rocky Point Park

Another sun-shower day in the lower mainland – since we’re not made of marshmallows we decided to brave the few random raindrops and go out into the world for an adventure anyway.

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This park is normally jam packed on summer evenings – especially weekend ones – so that the playground and water park are standing-room only. A little bit of grey sky and a raindrop or two made all the difference – we had the whole place to ourselves.

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The park is always gorgeous, and maybe even more so when it isn’t overrun by people…

There are spaces to sit:

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…spaces to hang out:

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…spaces to play:

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…and giant spaces to explore:

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There are things to see:

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…things to do:

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…and at the end of it all, things to eat!

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After all that- there’s always room for ice cream

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Moral of this story: into every summer vacation a little rain will fall! Fun will still be had, though, if you go in search if it…

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