He lives in Richmond, near by Vancouver airport.
He guided us from the airport to the historic fishing village Steveston.
We enjoyed a nice lunch with his family. I chose a dish of Red Snapper,
a kind of cod and it was fine. Mr. Kennett had a full dish of oysters.
After then, he also guided us to Lonsdale Quey Hotel in North Vancouver, that was our reserved hotel. While we were moving to there, he told to me about many things. Well, it was a impressive drive tour for us. Thank you very much for your kindness, Don.
(The above photo shows Mr. and Mrs. Kennett and their childlen, Me and my wife from the leftside.)
This building is the Honda Distribution Warehouse. Don's CBX would have been imported to this warehouse from Japan before being shipped to a Honda dealer.
Lonsdale Quey Hotel is pretty nice hotel. I like it.
The ground floor was thronged with people. And the night scene was also fine.
Oh, Nishiki-goi. (Seafood? No, No, Nishiki-goi is a traditional Japanese varicolored (or golden) carp, for appreciation. :-)
You can reach to Vancouver city area in 15 minits by seabus. So beautiful station.