Saturday, September 11, 2010

postcards from the beach

English Bay, with bubble tea



closing in on the Bard (on the Beach)



East is definitely East



rez views







12 comments:

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Mel!

~Jen~ said...

your dark hair is freaking me out!

Jas B said...

:) LOvely pictures, Barb! U look great. :)

ZZ was remembering you, we should all get together soon. I started school and part time work, very hectic and exhausting! But I am loving it! :)

Allison said...

I didn't even know you were taking a photo of me. Hence the full mouth of drink.

Love the rest of the photos from the visit! Especially the plant outside the construction zone. :)

Barbara Bruederlin said...

The one and only, Dr M!

Then my work here is done, Jen.

I'm really glad you are back in town, Jas, good to know that all is going well. Please say hi to ZZ for me and yes, I'd love to get together.

You take a good drinking photo, Al!
Doesn't that plant look poignant and hopeful?

Westcoast Walker said...

Vancouver is always a better place when graced by the presence of the Zombie clan! Glad to see you enjoyed delicious bubble tea on our fine shores.

Verification Word = "ingente", which we all know is what happens when a gentlemen endears himself towards others - i.e Sir Roderick's gracious manners helped to ingente him with the other guests in the parlour.

kelly said...

i will have to trek over there during one of your visits to Vancouver.

mellowlee said...

Yay! That was such a lovely afternoon <3 Can't wait to see you again!

John Mutford said...

Looks like a fantastic time with fantastic people (despite the horrible bubble tea).

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Nothing like startlingly-coloured bubble tea on the beach, Matthew. Ingente is of course from the Latin, or possibly French. I know these things now that one of the zombies is studying linguistics.

You really must, Kelly. I would love to finally meet you, you have managed to avoid me long enough!

It was so nice to get one of your hugs again, Mel. Oh yeah, talking with you was pretty nice too.

Not a fan, John? Is it the neon colours or the tapioca balls that turn you off?

John Mutford said...

That'd be the tapioca balls. The neon bumps it up a notch.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

How do you feel about neon tapioca though, John?