Aaaargh Pirates!! A Retrospective…

Gar, me hearties, ’tis ‘International Talk like a Pirate Day’… so a retrospective of me favourite scallywag seemed fittin’ for t’ fine occasion!

Greenpoint.jpgIhaveneverseenitsequal.jpgThis lad has always loved t’ sea, and donning pirate garb has long bin’ part of his most beloved adventures.

Treasure hunting is in his blood, and he’s sailed t’ high seas of Vancouver t’ live his pirate dream.

Aaaargh matey!

And a kindly warning t’ those faint of heart… there be a frightening image at the end of this post…

Zombie Pirates!! Gar!!

Pirategreeter2.jpgpirate2.jpgShinyhook.jpgGreeter2.jpgPirate1.jpgpirate3.jpgZombiepirate.jpgThere be a spot below t’ parley… Think on it… or we’ll keelhaul the scurvied lot of ya!

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Leah Kelley, MEd., Educator, Parent, Speaker, Social Justice Activist. Writes blog: 30 Days of Autism. Projects support social understanding & neurodiversity paradigm. Co producer of documentary: Vectors of Autism. Twitter: @leah_kelley Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/leahkelley13/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/30-Days-of-Autism-Leah-Kelley/154311301315814
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6 Responses to Aaaargh Pirates!! A Retrospective…

  1. autisticook says:

    I AM SO JEALOUS OF THOSE COSTUMES! 😀

    He looks like a right proper swain. Awesomeness.

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    • Leah Kelley says:

      Gar, Thank you and welcome aboard… there be and extra share of limes and doubloons for you autistic-hook(hee hee).

      Except for the obvious plastic hooks, swords, and flintlocks – we have created everything out of repurposed clothing items – including the hats! A thrift shop’s women’s department is a treasure trove of pirate garb – if you look from the right angle. For the hats, I have always watched out for those made of felt with a wire sewn into the outer edge of the brim; they are easily molded.

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  2. bjforshaw says:

    Ahoy there matey! This be t’ finest pirate since Long John Silver’s scurvy crew sailed the Spanish Main!

    So impressed with the costumes — wish I could be that creative.

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  3. Down Wit Dat says:

    Loved it! Absolutely loved it!

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