Do you remember the two brothers that I shot quarrying for veneer? And the one brother with whom I did a ridiculously cool photoshoot last year? Well, they are back, and in today’s post you get to experience a typical day in their summer vacation. Both are studying – one to be a vet and the other a chiropractor – but they work during the summer in order to help pay for their studies.
This year, they are both on a crew hunting out road cracks to fill – probably one of the most mind-numbing jobs imaginable. At least they get to alternate between driving the truck, filling the cracks and measuring the length of cracks filled. Imagine!
Then, twice a week both join friends on the local school’s sports’ fields for a wild game of ultimate frisbee, before heading to the Fraser River to cool off. On this particular day people came around for dinner, after which we retired to the sitting room to make some fine tunes together.
It was quite a day, which started before 6am and ended well after midnight, when the final family members plopped into bed. These Canucki cracodile hunters are something else, I tell ya!