observer status

My shoulder is suffering from moderate dysfunction at present. This means I was something of a voyeur on a trip to Vancouver Island this past weekend.

Tess, Lea, and Eric have their seal disguises on and are ready to tease the sharks.

Tess, Lea, and Eric have their seal disguises on and are ready to tease the sharks.

While I could not surf, I was able to reflect on academic postulations and hypothesize liberally. And bury Olga in the sand.

Olga is difficult to find. Use your mind to draw a line from each of my pointed fingers out away from my body. At the location where those mind-lines intersect, Olga lies in wait.

Olga is difficult to find. Use your mind to draw a line from each of my pointed fingers out away from my body. At the location where those mind-lines intersect, Olga lies in wait.

A pursuit of gnar led us to a danger log of doom. Lea was unphased by the pool of phytoplankton lying in wait to devour her.

Nerves of steel.

Nerves of steel.

Then we rode on a boat.

Sunset glam shot.

Sunset glam shot.

Contrary to appearances, this was an incredibly happy moment. I was experiencing joy.

Contrary to appearances, this was an incredibly happy moment. I was experiencing joy.

It was very windy so we decided to unwind with some yoga.

It was very windy so we decided to unwind with some yoga.

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6 Responses to observer status

  1. Prince George Liam says:

    I like Tess’s surfboard. And your shorts, Kaan.

  2. Smithe St. Doug says:

    zooplankton, surely?

    • kaan says:

      phyto. I’m pretty sure. The malevolent florabeasts seemed poised to osmotically absorb bodily minerals with reckless abandon. We could see algae blooms where hapless travelers had, no doubt, recently been reclaimed.

  3. Smithe St. Doug says:

    Yes, I know: your name is not Shirley, to be Frank. Yes, I know: my name is not…

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