We aren't entirely bereft of "garden". A few pots of petunias and geraniums brighten our balcony. A wicker chair is a pleasant spot for coffee, if you can get the cat to move. He enjoys a nap out in the fresh air, and likes to sharpen his claws on the chair.
There's a big street light in the parking lot, and a couple of nights ago I stood and watched a bat hunting moths around the light. It darted in and out of the circle of the light. They are amazing fliers. In Summerland I'd sit out in the evenings and the bats would fly all around me. They fly by so fast you can't see them unless they fly between you and a stationary object which is very close. They were tiny little things, half the size of a mouse, incredibly delicate and beautiful.
I was pleased to see one here, even briefly and half way across the parking lot.