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Discussion in 'Vancouver' started by Andrew O'Neill, May 22, 2017.
You can always change it...
Happy belated birthday!
With some "Alternate Facts"???
Thanks for the good wishes.
So...just to update my situation - looks like I won't be spending much time in Vancouver after all (just the evening of the 31st while I wait for my connection). A last minute family event has come up, and as there didn't seem to be any concrete information as to whether this meetup would go forward, I had to make some hard choices. So unfortunately it looks like I won't be able to meet up with any of you this time around. Sorry about that.
Ok, Now that our plan with Rachelle has changed, let's get back to drawing board. As freelancers my schedule is unpredictable but i'm interested in some form of meet up of Vancouver chapter of APUG
I would love to join in sometime but I work weekends
I'm happy to join in as well. I'm based in Richmond and rather transit dependent, but happy to meet up for food.
Its very likely I will be out next spring with the Capture Foto Festival, I hope to meet a few people at one of our shows coming out there.
So...when would be a good day, then?
With the smoke from the forest fires there was not much use in planning as the visibility was terrible on various days this summer. Anybody else going to the swap meet on Oct 1 ? I put in a post about it.
Ya those fires really screwed up my plans for the summer as I was planning on shooting near Kamloops and Ashcroft... I might go to the swap meet. How about you, @MattKing
We booked the Playground for two weeks in April to be part of the Capture Festival.... Sending out BIG colour print show and a group show of Alt prints, I hope I can make it.
The smoky skies were pretty good for pinhole work :
I'll probably go to the Swap Meet. I find them entertaining.
If I come out west My Wife and I are not into swap meets - You folks are pretty liberal, us TO people are a bit more conservative.
@MattKing, will I see you there?
Maybe we can work together to educate the 'mericans about Canadian Thanksgiving!