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Bob and Marcelle Crowe-Indelicato of Martinez spent a week in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, last July, and caught up on the community news in the Pleasant Hill/Martinez Record at the statue of John ìGassy Jackî Deighton, who opened the areaís first saloon in 1867.

courtesy of Indelicato family

Canadian Record

Bob and Marcelle Crowe-Indelicato of Martinez spent a week in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, last July, staying in Burnaby, but doing a fair bit of sightseeing and enjoying the friendly people. They visited Stanley Park and the sea wall, Granville Island, and at Gastown, a national historic site in downtown Vancouver, they stopped to catch up on the community news in the Pleasant Hill/Martinez Record at the statue of John "Gassy Jack" Deighton, who opened the area's first saloon in 1867.

It doesn't matter if your time away is spent across San Francisco Bay or across the country -- remember to pack the Record to keep up with news of the community, and then show your neighbors where you have been. Email in .jpg format to record@bayareanewsgroup.com or send to Record on the Road, c/o the Pleasant Hill/Martinez Record, 2640 Shadelands Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598.