A list of ways to entertain myself and possibly others over the next few weeks

1) The Annual Vancouver Zombie walk tomorrow starting at 3:00 at the Vancouver Art Gallery. I just happen to have a picture of last year’s event right here:
Zombie mechanic
2) The World Championship Sandcastle Competition at Harrison Hot Springs. It starts September 4th, but the displays are up until October. Lots more information on that here.

3) Apple picking at the Apple Barn in Abbotsford tentatively scheduled for September 15th. My choice of apples are Elstar at the moment for no other reason they look like Macintosh apples. And you can bake them. Also, the Apple Barn is home to some farm animals – including a donkey who’s “a bit bitey.”

4) I have been continuing to pester the Vancouver Guardian Angels for photos and a short interview. Unfortunately our schedules have yet to jive, but I I’ll keep bugging them on facebook until they tell me they don’t want to be my friend anymore.

1 Comment so far

  1. castewar (unregistered) on August 24th, 2007 @ 8:49 pm

    I’m personally a little worried after last year’s few bad apples. I’ve spent some time scouring the walk sites from other cities and compiled a list – it’s a little short notice, but I’m hoping to get the word out.

    Zombies should observe the
    “haunted house” rule and
    do not touch anyone
    without their okay.

    Zombies that see someone
    getting really spooked,
    should turn away and shuffle off.

    Zombies will not get blood on
    innocent bystanders or their things
    (this includes cars.)

    Zombies don’t litter or
    destroy private property.

    Zombies will stick to public property
    – those on private property will leave
    reasonably soon after being asked.

    Zombies should stay off the streets
    as much as possible. If crossing
    the street, it’s ok to be a
    “fast zombie.”

    Zombies who don’t exhibit
    these behaviors will be “beaten”
    into shape by their fellow horde.

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