Luna Park Sidewalk Chalk Festival, September 20, 2014
The fifth annual Luna Park Chalk Festival took place in Backesto Park in San Jose, California. Wayne grew up in San Jose, so this festival one day festival is one of our home-town favorites.
For this year's festival we focused on plumbing. Big plumbing. And demonstrated our skill (or lack thereof) in the art of stopping leaks.
Plumbing. About as much fun as a poke in the eye. We got a head-start on the festivities by sneaking into the park on Friday morning.
Sometimes these things can be like chewing on concrete.
A hard hat job - as Cheryl finishes the hard hat.
Hard hats and a bright orange work shirts. Job safety always comes first.
Cheryl and Cheryl work on that clipboard.
Cheryl and her Mini-Me.
Ready to start work on Saturday morning!
Climbing out of that hole while Cheryl twists that invisible pipe.
Let the plumbing begin!
The wheels turn, the hole floods, and the shadows fall.
From the side, the distortion of the image becomes more apparent.
The true height of the image comes into view from the top.
Real plumbers use duct tape.
Side view showing the spray of the pipes.
The really big wheel from the side
The finished view from the top down.
Wayne lends a hand, while his mini-me stands stunned as the spray hits him in the ear.
Next time, (don't) call Wayne's Plumbing for all your plumbing needs!
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