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July 8 & 15, 2019

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THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR WEEKLY | JULY 8 & 15, 2019 43 3 4 1 STORYTELLERS: First Nation totem (story) poles greet visitors to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. The park is the most pop- ular attraction in the area. 2 RIDGES: The bark of an old-growth Douglas fir tree is distinctively rough. The tree's common name honors David Douglas, a Scottish botanist. 3 ALOFT: Visitors walk across wobbly Capilano Suspension Bridge. A bridge has been in place there since 1889. 4 CLIFFWALK: The park's newest attraction is a cantilevered walkway suspended along a sheer granite cliff face above Capilano Canyon. 5 WEDGED IN: A visitor has her photo taken in the groove of an old-growth tree. 5

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