Juggling Fest in Seattle

My family and I went to the Juggling Festival. My kids had a great time at the
unicycling workshop sharing their skills. Everyone was very nice. It was a good
experience for the kids riding in front of the people at the Seattle Center. For
those of you from out of town. The Center is located at the base of the Space
needle. There are several different areas to explore there. The best part it is
mostly all free. Barb K.

Re: Juggling Fest in Seattle

In a message dated 7/7/00 1:24:38 AM Mountain Daylight Time,
unicyclers@aol.com writes:

<< My family and I went to the Juggling Festival. My kids had a great time at
the unicycling workshop sharing their skills. Everyone was very nice. It was a
good experience for the kids riding in front of the people at the Seattle
Center. For those of you from out of town. The Center is located at the base of
the Space needle. There are several different areas to explore there. The best
part it is mostly all free. Barb K. >>

I live in Idaho but happened to be at the Seattle Center last weekend. I stopped
by the the unicyclers and watched them for awhile. I was very impressed with a
young girl wearing black shorts with yellow stripes. She idled, wheel walked,
jumped rope, rode one footed, hopped … basically all the tricks I’'ve read
about on this list but have never actually seen anyone do! Barb - would this be
your daughter?

Steve Howard

Re: Juggling Fest in Seattle

Sorry, no, Mine were the ones with short jeans, white t-shirts and helmets. That
must of been on Sunday. We were then on Saturday. They do have all of those
skills. They don’t jump rope well, but have a hard time just jumping on the
ground. I’m glad that someone else was there with those skills. I admit my kids
did a little “hotdogging”. They thought it very different to have adults ask
them how to do skills. Their other experiences with adult unicycler riders have
been at Nationals and a small convention when Andy Cotter, Dustin Kelm and John
Foss came to visit. It was very different being the teachers instead of the
students. They had fun. Barb K.