Hockey is on tonight at 6:30pm underneath the Cambie Bridge, downtown side. Come out and play!
Also, here are a couple shots from the weekend muni ride. We had a great turn out and are looking forward to more muni rides this winter.
A few of us will be meeting for an easy muni ride this Sunday. Be at the meeting spot at 10:30am and we’ll shuttle people up to the top of SFU mountain.
Meeting is at the usual parking spot: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zwelbc_pecy4.kGEXtrovpIAY
Here are some photos of our hockey games in Montreal.
Representing Van Uni was: Tynan, Nick, Yves, Julien, Pippa, and Ryan who played with us in the Round Robin, but not in the Quarter Finals.
Thanks to Sue and Kevin for cheering us on, and to Sue for taking pictures. The gym was not the best lighting for photography, but we have some good pictures anyways… at least you can see how much fun we had. It was a little different from how we play outside here in Vancouver: full size, gym floor, big nets, and real umpires!
Hey, tomorrow is Thursday, which is of course unicycle day. This week is Science World week. I will be there on the seawall starting at 6:30pm. I’ll bring our assortment of spare unicycles.
Come out if you’re a beginner and you want to hang on to the railing, or if you want to practice your tricks, or just to hang out.
I’ll be out at Science World tonight at 6:30pm with at least one extra unicycle. Unfortunately we won’t have the cart tonight, but that doesn’t mean we can have a blast anyways!
One last occasion to play before Unicon, let’s get ready! We’ll be meeting under the Cambie Bridge.
Let’s meet under the Cambie Bridge starting around 6.30pm!
Hope to see you there.
We’ll be under the Cambie St bridge starting at 6:30, with the hockey nets, sticks, and plenty of spare unicycles.
There’s a bit of a railing there for beginners to hang on to, and its all under cover in case of rain.
I’ll bring the cart with spare unis to the seawall by Science World tonight at 6:30 so please come on by.
There’s plenty of railing to hang onto if you’re just starting out, and plenty of space for practicing your skills in the sunshine!