Attention: this is very old content, revived mostly for historical interest. Many of the pages on this site are still useful, but please bear in mind that they may be out of date. (Especially, do not try to use contact information, phone numbers, etc. found on these pages unless you couldn't find anything more recent.)
See here for more information.

Intro   Thumbs   Frames   Essay   SlideShow

Canada Day 2002

A long line-up,

Out into the street.

A bit of a wait . . .

A few anxious moments . . .

Then safety displays and great draws.

And Oh! At long last . . . The plates!!!

And lots of cooks.

Cooking pancakes . . .

Bacon and sausage . . .

And eggs.

No doubt about it. This was the best end of the line.

The Terrace Water Rescue boat was a hit with the kids,

And fire truck rides . . . WOW!

Hey ma . . . Look at me!

Firefighter Ron Fleming was the tour guide.

And for some of the crowd . . . A quick nap after a very busy morning.

The Thornhill Junior Secondary Stage Band provided the entertainment.

Saxaphone section,

Brass section,

Blowing their horns for a good cause:

The Dare to Dream Foundation.

Oh . . . And thank you for the tent!

After a great breakfast, we moved on to Heritage Park Museum for the afternoon.

It was a relaxing affair,

With a constant flow of people coming and going.

Sitting and chatting . . .

Viewing heritage displays . . .

Enjoying live music . . .

It was a busy place!

There were free balloons,

Some attached to small kids.

There were stilts made for walking,

And a few who could do it.

Well . . . More than a few.

There were hives . . . Bee hives, that is.

Some brave people had a real close look.

There was face painting . . .

And brotherly love.

And vintage cars, which attracted a curious crowd.

There was this . . .

And there was that.

And, of course, FOOD!

Canada Day 2002 . . . In spite of the weather, a really great day!

Copyright © 2001 by Kermode Net Inc.