|His pinata - sure to garner as many hits as his website!|
We've planned to free an independent beaver up at Wreck beach, and we've almost everything we need.
After a quick trip to the liquor store, that is.
Supplied by the Red Truck Beer company. You've gotta love the curves on that baby!
And we're off! In this town, sometimes you've got to go down before you head up, so that's what we did.
Free the beaver season is also prime time for sewer maintenance, and bike routes are not exempt, though you can see that I'm not putting up with that crap.
What's all the stink about anyway?
I skirted the issue and began the day's first real ascent up towards Wreck Beach through BC's well-endowment lands. And it was very reassuring to see that BC still puts the provincial in province.
In New York the Hipster Highlock is a thing of the past, but it's alive and well in Vancouver.
The trail head. Welcome to the top of the 483 steps up from Wreck.
And at the bottom you emerge from under the shade of the temperate rain-forest into a whole different space altogether. This is the place where Vancouver's free spirits come to hang out.
It's where the free beavers come out to play.
Clothing is optional, but for me the sling is still par for the course.
And when we're done with the sun for the day, its up, up and away!
You'll find all sorts of folks down on that beach, even the most laid back cyclists.
It's a bit of a climb getting back to the bike, but at the end of the day, you get to look forward to a lovely ride back down the hill to get home again.
Every day should be a free the beaver day.