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Exploring Vancouver Day Two: Stanley Park

On my last day in Vancouver I hopped over to Stanley Park for a hike around.  I decided to walk the perimeter of the park on the seawall which is about 9 kilometers in total.  I got lucky with the weather again and had a lovely walk around the park.  My walk also coincided with the annual JDRF Telus Walk to Cure Diabetes.

CC BY 4.0 Exploring Vancouver Day Two: Stanley Park by Michael Paskevicius is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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