Saturday, April 28, 2007

Impeach at the Beach 2



I finally settled on the letter "W" and sat next to a sweet couple from the town of Richmond.



The weather could hardly have been lovelier for the late morning event...



...and the crowd was being serenaded by an exquisite ensemble of marimba players...



...which had a few people dancing.



There were thousands of beautiful young people...



...in every direction you looked...



...some of them exercising...



...and others just lounging on the beach.



There were interesting props on display here and there...



...along with a few killer T-shirts.



Plus, it was doggy heaven...



...with some of the best-behaved hounds I've ever been around.



The helicopter finally arrived around 11:15 AM and the crowd laid down in their etched-out letters...



...which was followed by another photo-op with everyone standing...



...and waving their arms.



The Dutch visitor Sandra crawled out of her orange jumpsuit looking radiant...



...as did most of the crowd.



Update: One of the money shots is above. It was taken by David B Page and you can see others, including the crowd doing a quick transformation into "PEACE NOW!" Click here for the great photos.

4 comments:

janinsanfran said...

Damn this looks like fun. I'm incapacitated so not getting out, but on the verge of tagging you for a meme. Ignore as you please, as I know you will. :-)

JoannaO said...

Oh, how I wish I could have been there!

cookiecrumb said...

Very cool indeed.
And such a lovely day.
Gosh, I hope we get those bastards out of office before their term expires.

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