Outward bound

Vancouver offers nothing right now: no concerts, no live performing arts, no movies, no community centres, and I definitely don’t want to be in any Skytrain car, club, bar, restaurant or at any beach right now. So every weekend I’ve been going to the suburbs and farmlands, and have been enjoying my time there with lots of space and no worries. I can see myself making a permanent move out especially since WFH is possible. My head feels clear and calm out in the valley.


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Jul 8, 2020 at 8:05pm

Vancouver has never offered anything besides cold rain, shallow people and hockey.

13 8Rating: +5


Jul 8, 2020 at 9:44pm

Vancouver was mediocre at best before COVID-19. Now... how many times can we walk around the seawall, or the woods? Might as well move to the country. At least you get what you pay for.

18 6Rating: +12

Oh thanks

Jul 8, 2020 at 11:49pm

Those of us who already live in the GVRD are thrilled that our peaceful neighbourhoods are being so overrun with Vancouverites that they’re no longer peaceful. In fact they’re so crowded now we locals can’t get outside without running into one of you. So much for OUR social distancing! The concept of staying in your own neighbourhood has apparently escaped most of you.

10 9Rating: +1

Love the valley

Jul 9, 2020 at 10:56am

Until the smell hits you and stays with you

3 5Rating: -2

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