What do you do with rainy days in Vancouver?? Explore the beauty of Stanley Park in your favorite new sweaters from Loft! This 1,000 plus acre park named for the late Governor General Lord Stanley (best known today for handing down the Stanley Cup to the NHL), was once home to the Salish First Nations of the Squamish and Musqueam peoples
poncho sweater-Loft// leather cross-body – TJ Maxx// riding boots Nordstrom Rack (clear the rack event)// knitted beret (old)
Brockton point on the north side of Coal Harbor is the resting place for 10 of British Columbia’s most beautiful totem poles depicting the rich history of the areas First Nations.
Boasting the original 5.5 miles of the famous 14 mile Seawall, constructed over several decades, Stanley Park holds the crown for ‘the worlds longest uninterrupted waterfront walkway’ rounding English Bay, False Creek and continuing to Kit’s Beach.
Thanks for stopping by! See you next post, as we explore the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology … Bye for now lovelies!