My website was hacked this past week and it was not a good feeling. I apologize to those of you who tried to access Camino My Way while it was down. To the person from Moscow, Russia who hacked my website, please take your talents and do some good in this World. Now, let’s move on and please join me on my photos of the week posted to social media.


I visited these tulips at VanDusen Botanical Garden in Vancouver many times this past Spring. Loved the bright colours!

tulips purple VanDusen Vancouver spring

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My highlight for the week was not a walk or a hike, but attending the Jason Aldean, Cole Swindell, and Tyler Farr concert in Vancouver, and sitting close to the stage. I took some cool video but better not post any here so there are no copyright issues. Instead, please enjoy my photos posted to social media in the past week.


Hello pinkish dahlia… 😄
not sure what kind you are but I wish I knew. Taken recently in someone’s front yard in Vancouver, Canada.

Dahlia pink yellow Vancouver

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I can’t believe it’s the end of September. I also can’t believe I’m so late with this post. Enough said! These are my photos of the week!


This scene of Autumn courtesy of Whistler, Canada during a previous year’s visit on a beautiful October’s day!

Whistler canada Autumn leaves

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This past week I visited a dahlia farm and garden for the first time in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. I was so amazed and inspired that I’m working on a blog post featuring those beautiful flowers. Hopefully, I will have it finished before Christmas :)

In the meantime, my photos of the week posted to social media included a cute marmot that I met in Garibaldi Provincial Park and a whole lot of brightness. I hope you enjoy them. These are my photos of the week!


A little brightness…
Earlier this year in the tulip garden, Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada.

tulips orange stanley park vancouver canada

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It was getting late in the afternoon in the Basque town of Guernica and I had to make a decision. The main albergue was full and I had to choose if I wanted to stay at another that was “packed” with just a bed or two available, or climb the hill to another over 10 kilometers away. There was an albergue in the rural village of Pepiena, but if that was full, I could be in some trouble with a lack of daylight and energy. I’ll make a decision soon, but wait! Our visit to Guernica is not over yet!

I left my last post, On and Off the Camino del Norte in Guernica, Spain, at the Church of Santa Maria after a very touching and inspiring walk around this modern, historically important town. Here is one of the lesser know churches, the Iglesia y Convento de Santa Clara. I can’t seem to find any information online.

Guernica Church iglesia Santa Clara Gernika Bizkaia Basque Spain

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Spring and Summer photos dominate this “Photos of the Week” post. My favourite is probably the first because I waited a long time to get the shot of this beautiful hummingbird.


Taken in the Hummingbird garden at Summerland Ornamental Gardens, above Okanagan Lake. Make sure that you visit if you’re ever in south-central British Columbia, Canada.

Hummingbird Summerland Ornamental Gardens flowers bc

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