“Geese in the rock maze” – David Laulainen – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Geese in the rock maze #honkhonk #falsecreekseawall #olympicvillage #canadagoose

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I made a quick maintenance visit to the Vancouver Public Labyrinth.

Found only a few stones were out of place and easily re-positioned them back into place.

While walking it this evening, I observed a higher than usual amount of goose poop along the path.

Now I know why!

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