Day 2 in Vancouver was hot, but the skies were still fairly blue. A few of the fires had started by this point, but the smoke hadn't made its way into the city. We spent most of the day in Stanley Park. The 1,000 acre park covers the entire peninsula northwest of Downtown. It is huge. Most of the park is dense forest made up of cedar and fir trees with numerous hiking trails running through the middle of it. We concentrated on the outer edge of the park though - the 5 mile Stanley Park Seawall loop.
While standing on the Seawall taking pictures of the harbor, I looked down to step back off the wall and by chance noticed these little guys just below the edge.
Canada Geese - A whole family of them!
Lion's Gate Bridge from the lighthouse
Brockton Point Lighthouse
Lions Gate Bridge from the Seawall
Robson Square is a civic center and public plaza that leads into the art gallery.
Gobs of Americans (or those cheering for the US Team anyhow) paraded in droves down Robson Street, which leads right to the stadium. We probably watched them for about 5 minutes and they just kept coming.