Catching up on some more video from our Vancouver trip. Someone told us about this swinging scary bridge 150 above the floor of Lynn Canyon, so of course, we had to go see. Fiona was very brave. I don’t know what Sue was, but she seemed to like it. Here’s proof that I crossed it. … Continue reading
Caitlyn and Ian are kindred spirits, and though I wrote this for my own Best Beloved, they inspired it. So this is for Caitlyn and Ian. Like This Forever You want your first love to last forever You know this is right where they belong But they don’t seem to see The inevitability And you’re … Continue reading
. . . and they’re off. Again. Two things are immediately apparent: This house is going to be quiet without Brodie the Wonder Dog, and it doesn’t take long for the right kind of people to worm their way into your heart on what’s likely to be a permanent standing.
Ian and Caitlyn have arrived for a quick overnighter before Trip #2. Beans on the stove, brown rice and cornbread in the oven, homemade salsa in the fridge. It’s gonna be a great dinner, followed almost instantly by waffles (or pancakes, no one’s decided for sure) for breakfast. By bedtime tonight we will have tripled … Continue reading
Saturday we finally took Fiona on her long-promised Skytrain ride. We each got an all day pass that allowed us to ride the Skytrain, Seabus and city buses in any zones. So we took full advantage of it. After lunch we walked the block to the bus stop and then took the bus to the … Continue reading
Oh, alright; it’s just me. But Monday night I’ll be performing in Queen’s Park here in New Westminster. Up there on a stage, in the bandshell, with seats out there for folks to sit in and the whole shootin’ match. I take the stage at 7:00 pm and will play for about an hour. It’s … Continue reading