When I rebuilt my March flying schedule from trips in open time, I was able to give myself three Vancouver day trips. These are pretty highly sought after because they're so efficient: you fly two legs for 7 hours and 42 minutes of credit, so you can only legally do three a week. The show time is at 8:30am and you're back around 5:30pm, making it about the closest thing to a 9 to 5 job there is in airline flying. Of course, I like the trip because it gets me back to my old stomping ground and - weather permitting - affords great scenery viewing. The first two daytrips I did were marred by widespread cloudiness but the third had good scenery viewing weather. I took most of the following pictures on the return leg from Vancouver to Minneapolis.
I don't have time to write captions right now so I'm gonna turn this into a competition instead. Fire up Google Earth and figure out the location of each shot. The person that posts the most correct answers in the comments section wins. Hint: shortly after takeoff we were given direct routing to Fargo, then the Gopher One arrival into Minneapolis. And I sit on the right side of the airplane. Good luck!