Looks like Vancouver’s lions are going to get dressed up for the holidays, after all.
The famous lion statues at the southern end of the Lions Gate Bridge may again be wearing bows and wreaths this holiday season – but not before a little controversy and a lot of mystery.
From 1994-2010, the lions were decorated each year by an anonymous good samaritan. Then, in 2011, the tradition abruptly stopped and the lions were left naked for the holidays. Now, that mysterious decorator has finally come forward and broken the silence, as reported in the Vancouver Sun. Continue reading:
Mysterious Lions Gate Bridge Decorations to Return for 2015 Holidays