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Here is the new "Boot and Sombrero" restaurant that serves great Mexican food. It's okay, if you like Mexican food, but I preferred the restaurant that was there before. It was called "Uncle Herbert's Fish 'n Chips" and had a British theme. Inside are a couple of medium-sized rooms and several smaller rooms, each with a particular theme. All over the walls were photographs and memorabilia from the British monarchy and life in Britain. I miss old "Uncle Herbert's."
I like this shot because of the colours, and the shapes.
Below, on the right is the entrance to our local Museum. Yesterday, you could go in and visit the display, "1858 on the Delta" and figure out the mystery of the "Stagecoach Robbery."To the left of the door stand two totem poles, this one much taller than the other. I really like the top of this one with the eagle image.
One of the many boats you'll see on the river. This one led the procession of the First Nations' longboat and many kayakers who took part in the water parade.
Finally, along the river you will see original fishing warehouses dating back at least one century.