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Jul 26th
08:51 pm
Locations  
So a few Charlie St. Cloud locations around Vancouver have been scouted according to the twitter of one of the location managers.

The first, my favorite, is Deep Cove, BC. And apparently Zac was there today. These twitters are what spurred me to make this post:



To orient yourself, an overview map:



1) Deep Cove

Looking southwest. Deep Cove in right middleground with Vancouver in background.



Looking basically northeast over the cove:









2) Steveston



Looking southeast towards Mt. Baker:



Looking west, Vancouver Island in the distance:



3) Gibsons

I have actually been through Gibsons on my way up the Sunshine Coast.







Looking WNW towards Gambier Island:



Ferry from North Vancouver to Langdale:



4) Strait of George

This information actually comes from an application for permission to film found here.



Shot from air: Eagle Harbour Park, Eagle Island out to Passage Island:



Basically what you'd expect, a lot of water :)



This post makes me miss the Pacific Northwest even more :(
 
 
Mood: nostalgicnostalgic
Music: Rent - Original Broadway Cast - Happy New Year
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hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on July 27th, 2009 06:50 am (UTC)
Yeah I used to live in the Seattle area for about six years.

My sister still lives up there and I have friends up there so I visit relatively often. Eventually I want to end up back there or Portland or Vancouver.

I'm trying to remember if/when we had thunderstorms when I was there. idk. I'm sure it must have happened. I feel like I do vaguely recall seeing lightning there at least once but I can't really remember for sure, lol. Certainly doesn't happen a lot.
samwise gamgee.colfer on July 27th, 2009 06:52 am (UTC)
i've been here for a little over a year, and i really like it. i had lived in virginia my entire life, and you want to talk about humidity, oh wow. i love that there's none of that up here. i'm really glad i came out here. now if i could just find a steady job that i like, i'd be totally happy, haha.
hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on July 27th, 2009 06:59 am (UTC)
i had a job in wa, then i decided to go back to grad school and moved. bad idea, lol. i love coursework, but hate writing my thesis :(

oh well. someday i'll be back.

also compared to where i grew up, seattle is majorly humid, lol.

but i remember the first time i went to the d.c. area my throat/lungs like died from congestion and humidity. like literally, lost my voice and was coughing and all sorts of uncomfortable-ness. though it was not as bad as the acute bronchitis i got from the pollution in las vegas.

i don't really have bad lungs or anything, but i guess i grew up in a place with so little pollution, it was overwhelming, idk.
jessica3311jessica3311 on July 28th, 2009 12:37 pm (UTC)
i wish I decided on a thesis. Just took my grad comps for the 2nd time...why must professors change their test GRRRR! :(
hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on July 28th, 2009 01:38 pm (UTC)
lol. i have kind of both, sort of... i mean i have a qualifying exam which is a day long and a thesis. but the test is nowhere near as bad as the ph.d comprehensive which is about three days long.
jessica3311: Chuck&Blairjessica3311 on July 28th, 2009 05:28 pm (UTC)
oh really? EEEK. Well for my comps I had 2 days 3 exams each for only 3 hrs :( I hate timed tests & i have really bad test anxiety...and this was my 2nd time taking them....so im praying by a miracle my douche of a professor passes me but since I saw he changed the whole thing i doubt it :( But god u have both???? I wish u lots of luck w/ that...i sort of wish maybe I should of done a thesis but i work full time so i thought this would be easier :(