Iona Beach Regional Park

Just north of the Vancouver International Airport, at the mouth of the Fraser River, is Iona Beach Regional Park. Popular with walkers and cyclists, it’s a lovely place to spend some time in the sunshine.

The area is dotted with logs that have been washed ashore over time.

At the end of the trail you’ll find a secluded beach.

The tide was out, so we ditched our bikes and went for a walk out onto the sand.

Selfie time!

Yes, that’s really me. I’ve dyed my hair dark on a whim.

On the way back along the trail I noticed ladybugs all over some half-dead thistles.


One last photo from the parking lot before heading off in search of lunch.

Bonne journée!

Marla

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