Vancouver: Day 2

It seems that it’s foggy here in autumn in the morning. The radio people keep calling the weather ‘murky’ which I’ve never heard used as a weather term before.

I wish I had my own computer here. I’m getting awfully tired of using everyone else’s machines.

Adam’s looking around online to figure out how we can get into the city by transit from here. Everything works on the honour system, and the skytrains have no drivers. Craziness.

Mom and Merv are both off doing work-like stuff. The cats have settled in fairly well, they’re not hissing at Keiko anymore (she’s not much bigger than they are and pretty harmless for a dog) and they’re eating and using the litterbox and sleeping and such without too much trouble.

I’ve been taking pictures with the digital camera, I will try to post some in the next while, once I find a computer with a USB port… can’t find it on mom’s, so I may have to use Merv’s. We really need to look into getting our computers out here, this is just too rough on us. Heh.

2 Comments

  • sharolyn

    September 28, 2004 at 10:53 am

    Just a tip: the “honour system” on skytrain isn’t really. They have checks pretty frequently.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      September 28, 2004 at 11:01 am

      Heh… I’d never take advantage of it, I’ve seen guys get in trouble in toronto for hopping on the back of streetcars when it’s Proof Of Purchase times without actually having paid, and it’s just not pretty.