Saturday, June 20, 2009

Events


If you live in a big place, it would be perfectly logical to assume that in a small place like Gabriola, there'd be nothing much to do. Ha! My dance card stays full without even trying. On top of all the public events big and small, there are the private affairs, volunteer work, etc. Days are full around here to be sure. Now, I'm off to water my gardens.

5 comments:

Bob Crowe said...

I'd guess that, in part, that's because you have more of a sense of community than city dwellers. The city and subdivision-style suburbs can create isolation. So can very rural areas. Maybe you have the right balance.

Hyde DP said...

small places are always busy as your previous commentator says too

Julie said...

I live in the inner-city, in a very working class run-down suburb. We have community on one level within my short street. We all chat over fences and keep our eye out for each other. We only street party, though, twice a year. Nothing like Gabriola.

Babooshka said...

Couldn't agree more about these type of community noticeboards. Always point newcommers in their direction. A little of something for everyone form kickboxing to knitting. Sadly no photography of any kind.

Virginia said...

I'm thinking you found the perfect spot!
V