Saturday afternoon took us to Deep Cove, a small area on the eastern edge of North Vancouver and about a 15 minute drive. It still amazes us how many beautiful places are in North Vancouver! Deep Cove is known for DONUTS, walking trails and a lack of parking. The donuts alone are worth the drive – honey flavoured ball-donuts. Disappointingly, I didn’t think to take a picture of them. The donut place was crazy-busy.
The “beach” at Deep Cove… It seems people must swim here, given the life-saving chair.
Contrary to what you think after looking at the picture, Deep Cove is beautiful. Another chair at another “beach”….
This cheeky monkey climbed up here by herself….
Spent time ignoring her parents (nothing new there)….
Hanging around with Daddy….
And running towards me for a hug.
Cates Park, in the south of Deep Cove is a great park with playground, jetty and “beaches”
The sunset was almost as good as Sunday nights at Squamish:
We then headed back to Deep Cove proper for tea and some night photography:
Who knows what this weekend entails, I guess we’ll figure that out on Friday…. or something!