Me at Louisville's Pagan Pride Day
on the Waterfront Park.
Dragon Bob (Once Upon a Dragon Time) invited Candy and me to Pagan Pride Day. Candy and I headed down there armed with Google directions. They were very good, until they said to turn right onto third street. I thought sure we needed to turn left (which we did). We finally found this big crowd near the Belle of Louisville, so we asked the guy on the parking gate. He said he didn't know what the crowd was, but they were all Japanese. Another lady said she thought we needed to go way down River Road. With her assistance we headed (finally in the right direction).
We spotted Captain Amos (Bob Watters) and his parnter Dieter Zimmerman - Drunk N Sailor. You cannot miss Captain Amos' red feathered Pirate hat!!! I told her we should follow them as they were likely heading to the festival, too! I rolled down the window and yellow at them, only to have Captain Amos yelling back, "Where the Hell is this Pagan Thing?" Well, blind leading the blind I guess.
We finally made it!! Found Dragon Bob (in the middle) with Captain Amos and Dieter not far behind.
Sort of like old Renny Home Week...lol. Captain Amos and Dieter were passing out flyers for Talk Like a Pirate Day. Dragon Bob was performing at the festival
Candy looked lovely sitting by the river
Jug Band Park at the Waterfront
She took a nifty picture of me.
Dragon Bob (Robert Barker) was glad to see Candy made it.
Dragon Bob preparing for a show
Candy sitting at the docks of Jug Band Park on the Ohio River
Me sitting before the docks at Jug Band Park. You can see Big Four Bridge in the background, which is now a walkway between Kentucky and Indiana.
Dragon Bob's Dragons guarding his stage
The River is so lovely here, hard to see how big the Ohio River is from this little branch
Competition in the Dragon Taming Department!!!
Perfect way to enjoy the River Front
Candy with Dragon Bob's Cat Puppet
Dragon Bob and Candy with young dragon tamer
In the midst of the performances Dragon Bob teaches a young lass the proper Cello technique