Moodyville

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Moodyville | Historic site | Although it sounds like a town full of sensitive mopes, Moodyville was the first non-native townsite on Burrard Inlet. The enclave in North Van was the first north of San Francisco to have electricity.

Usage: “Dude, you’re so grumpy you could have been the mayor of Moodyville…”explore-the-lexicon

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