On Friday evening I watched the full moon rise over the North Shore Mountains. I'd never seen that before, and I'd certainly never been able to see the moon actually moving, but move it did. By the time I got down to the water, it was already high in the sky and shining bright with reflected sunlight. When the Burrard Pacific Breeze came by on its way to the Waterfront Station SeaBus dock, I knew that was all I needed. Vancouver in December can be an enrapturing place, just as long as it isn't raining.
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