Well , that was cool!
We started our day in our own towns annual Caribbean Festival. Jamaican music, stalls selling all sorts of goodies, and a fair for the children. We couldn't stay though because we had tickets today for Bard on the Beach in Vancouver. It is a Shakespeare festival, performed in huge tents. We treated Heidi to the show, so we had our little third wheel along for the fun. The day was sunny with clouds that soon blew away.
One cafe we walked by was the infamous Hells Kitchen. These cool paper lanterns were hanging on their patio.
Then we passed a sweet shop. I saw this fella through the window. He was part of a huge collection of Pez dispensers. I couldn't help but think of Walker for some reason!
Then we parked at the park where the tents are and walked around the park for a while. I got this awesome shot of Keith and Heidi.
Keith snapped one of Heidi and I. Looking at it, I cant get over how grown up she is becoming, as much as she is still our little girl.
This little girl tirelessly ran about trying to get her kite to fly. Ill bet she sleeps well tonight.
So while we are waiting to get in, Keith said that he had seen Gordon Campbell, our Provincial Premier walking by. Well we get inside and find seats. Guess who should be sat right in front of us? Keith could have blown in his Right Honourable ear! Mr. Campbell was there with his family. It was touching to see his daughter snuggled up to him with her head on his shoulder. That had Heidi smiling. I said to her, "Even the premiers daughter likes to snuggle her daddy too." After the show, I shook his hand and said that it was nice to meet him. I was dying to take a photo, but just didn't have the nerve to intrude on his family time.
So that was our Sunday, how was your weekend?