Sunday, July 29, 2007

Free Canadian Shipping at Amazon.ca on $39 purchase

Shop online for Books, DVDs, Music CDs, Computer and Video Games at Amazon.ca and get Free Shipping on a $39 purchase.

More Canadian online shopping deals here .

JCPenney.com Free US Shipping July 29, July 30

Get Free U.S. Shipping at JCPenney.com on a $99 purchase* July 29 til July 30/07.

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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Schwinn electric folding bike from Canadian Tire

Here's a cool folding bike with electric assist that can go up to 20km/hr and up to 20 km on single charge, with normal pedaling. Check it out - you can order it online from Canadian Tire here:


Also check out the Schwinn iZip electric comfort bike at Canadian Tire .

The Schwinn iZip and other electric/folding bikes are available in the USA from Amazon.com Bike Store:


Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Monday, July 16, 2007

Online stores that ship to Canada

With the Canadian dollar approaching par with the US dollar, many Canadians are heading south of the border to shop, often facing 2 hour lineups at border crossings.

To avoid this hassle, why not order online and have your merchandise shipped right to your house? Online retailers that ship to Canada include JC Penney, Lands End, Altrec and Bare Necessities. You can access their websites from here.

Monday, July 02, 2007

Stanley Park Seawall Bike Trails

Went for a 20km walk through Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park yesterday (Canada Day). Beautiful weather and lots of crowds for various Canada Day celebrations.

If you haven't walked or biked along the Stanley Park Seawall, you're missing one of the great free treats of Vancouver. There's actually 2 paved trails side by side - one for walkers and one for bikes.

Because of the huge windstorms earlier this year, thousands of old trees were uprooted and blown over. They've been cleared off the seawall and trails, but the seawall path in the Siwash Rock to Prospect Point area is still closed due to landslides and unstable ground conditions.

As you can see in this picture, there are signs and fences blocking off the closed areas, but some people still venture in to check it out themselves.
stanley park seawall

Near Second Beach (between English Bay and Third Beach) there was a guy stacking rocks to make the most incredible object balancing act I've seen. Have a look at these artsy creations on the beach:
stanley park second beach seawall vancouver