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Spizzy
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I felt this way the other day when we went swimming and there was a bunch of tubers going down the river. you had to move for them

and this is probably a long shot but are those two girls at the bottom right corner a redux of the asians looking for robu-san street? XD

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Jam
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That wasn't the intent but it's the same trope. July in Vancouver is tourist season!

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Samdidliambo
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I think I went on this trail when I was in Vancouver.

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joglan
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That's like northern Ontario in the summer too.....my fiance is from Gravenhurst where the population triples in the summer.....we try to avoid main street as much as possible so I don't snap

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BeamStalk
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My Parents just got back from Vancouver, they were there for only a couple of days while taking a cruise to Alaska, but loved it.

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rbos
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Guy with a red shirt looks like he's having a bit of a grope, there.

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Laurooa
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I did Lynn Headwaters in May and being my first hike in the Vancouver area I was surprised at how few people were on the trail (after hearing about Grouse Grind crowding), I suppose though it was May and during the week. The guides books seemed to have a consensus that Coliseum and Seymour were much less populated.

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Rusty
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I take it that's the grouse grind? I did that for the first time this year. Nearly killed me... but I want to do it again for sure.

 

Anyways yes, it is busy, isn't it?

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Serbian Goth
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I couldn't help not notice the squirrel on the tree =D

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