Brain Breaks 2.3

Kits Pool: Looking to cool off in a saltwater pool? Fancy mountain, city and water views while you do so? Kits (Kitsilano) Pool, which opened in 1931, is the place to be. At 137 metres / almost 450′ in length, it’s  the largest in the country – and almost three times the length of an Olympic pool.

Behind the White Picket Fence: This is the home of someone who loves to garden, and is unafraid of colour!

Dragonfly by the Hydrangea: I love these puffy,  pastel coloured hydrangea – and, as you’ll see toward the end of the clip, a local dragonfly also enjoyed the setting.

Heritage Row: Here’s a look at a lovely stretch of heritage homes from the early 1900s.

Morning Bliss: The birds were chirping, sail boats were out in the harbour, and there are views of downtown Vancouver and the trees of Stanley Park.

Summer Roses: For those who like pink! Just imagine how sweet these smell.

When you need a brief change of scenery from your day …

… feel free to turn to any of my Real Moments’ Brain Breaks. As mentioned in my introductory Brain Breaks post, these brief and electronic brain breaks reflect the world around us. If you’re in the midst of a demanding day, they’re a means of taking a brief pause to recharge and refresh.

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