Considering the time of year and the recent gloomy, often downright cold, weather – not to mention ongoing projects such as the beach cleanup and repair work to the pier – the White Rock waterfront is quieter than during the sunnier seasons. But it still attracts plenty of visitors – including many of the feathered variety, dozens of which were recently treated to a gourmet lunch of day-old muffins on the White Rock Promenade, served up by a frequent visitor.

PHOTO: Fine feathered friends

The offer of day-old muffins was irresistible to a flock of seagulls

Considering the time of year and the recent gloomy, often downright cold, weather – not to mention ongoing projects such as the beach cleanup and repair work to the pier – it’s no surprise the White Rock waterfront is quieter now than during the warmer, sunnier seasons.

But it still attracts plenty of visitors – including many of the feathered variety.

Last Friday, dozens of seagulls were treated to a gourmet lunch of day-old muffins on the White Rock Promenade, served up by another frequent visitor.

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