Sunday, October 16, 2016
Despite the eccentric GPS on our new Subaru Outback taking us the long way around, we soon found ourselves parked near the White Rock Pier, and enjoyed a blustery stroll out to the end.
Nonetheless, we enjoyed our little outing and it didn't break the bank.
Posted by Kathy and Brian at 2:42 PM
Friday, October 14, 2016
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Sunday, July 31, 2016
What a glorious day in the Northwest to attend a baseball game. Three of our grandchildren are visiting us, along with their parents, and they suggested we attend the game. For something like $9 a ticket we got seats right behind home plate, and for a bonus today featured special events for the young ones nearby, including balloon animals and a bounce house.
This was new to us. The Bellingham Bells are a Collegiate Summer Baseball Team, part of the West Coast League. The team comprises college amateur players who have played at least one year and also have at least one year of collegiate eligibility remaining.
They took on the Victoria Harbour Cats today. After attaining a 2-0 lead in early innings, they eventually got drubbed 9-2. The most spectacular single play included two errors, both overthrows.
Our grandkids saw wild pitches, a balk, successful steals, and all from up close. What a great afternoon.
The official mascot is Dinger, a hamster... a Bellinghamaster. Get it?
Posted by Kathy and Brian at 8:10 PM
Monday, July 25, 2016
Sunday, June 19, 2016
Surrey, B.C. is home to a lot of Indo-Canadians, and a lot of eateries that dish up fine curry, naan, and butter chicken. We drove up on a rainy Saturday to watch grandson Jake play Spring League basketball. With two hours between games, Jake wanted to watch other games in the gym with his teammates and eat the food he'd brought.
We, on the other hand, drove his mother the 10 minutes or so to the Tasty Indian Bistro, Trip Advisor's top-rated restaurant (of 690) in all of Surrey.
Tasty it was, a surprisingly elegant interior in a fairly typical strip mall.
Double Zero sinks a free throw.
Posted by Kathy and Brian at 11:46 AM