Haven't been to Vancouver B.C. in 3 or 4 years. First time, of course, without Arthur. It's been almost a year, but the firsts still keep coming and are still hard. Everywhere I look, a place we stayed, a place we liked to eat, places we walked together. Still, I had fun. I can still do these things even though he's gone, and I can enjoy them. I just set out walking this morning, ended up at Canada Place. My feet were sore and it was hot as heck, so I went up to see what was playing at the IMAX. I was just in time to see Grand Canyon Adventure 3D. It was a good film. Very good 3D and beautiful cinematography. It was an interesting documentary on top of that. After quite a bit more walking around I stopped off at the hotel. I haven't mentioned Mortimer is here also, but I haven't seen much of him. He is running around having the adventures of a 20 year old, and I'm not about to even try to keep up with him. Our interests, on this trip at least, are wildly divergent. Anyway, after the break at the hotel, which was a shower and some TV (rare for me), I ventured out to an Indian restaurant I'd been to some years ago. It was still very good. As soon as I wrap this up, I'm heading to a movie theater across the street from the hotel, which is showing Jean Renoir's Rules of the Game. I've never seen it, but it's supposed to be one of the greatest fims ever made. Should be interesting. Tomorrow on the way home, we are going to stop in Everson and visit Peggy. I'd love to hang around here, but I would rather see Peggy.