Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Health Expo for Seniors - Heathbrook outdoor mall



There's a story here. We arrived late morning. Many booths had not been set up and there were very few people. I thought that was strange. Then I saw a sign which said the event began at noon. Duh! The expo was still rather dull: a few booths featuring medical facilities or products; one featuring outdoor garb and gear; a couple of artists, etc., and of course, some new cars on display - just in case one of us seniors decided to trade in the old clunker.

13 comments:

magiceye said...

pretty place...

Memphis MOJO said...

Nice shot.

We have health fairs at work. They offer B-12 shots for a fee. Do you know if they do any good?

Paula said...

So you price cars and then go have your blood pressure checked? As a sales strategy they might want to rethink that.
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Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

A health expo for seniors at an outdoor mall in Florida, with white cars on display. No surprise there. It is certainly not the venue for an expo of tatoo artists and skateboards.

Small City Scenes said...

I decided to trade in my old clunker I would get the car in the previous post---not the big sedan granny car. va-room!! Excuse my dust. LOL MB

Marie said...

Are you sure it is necessary to have an expo for senior health? I think for seniors to be healthy they must have started to have a healthy way of life before becoming seniors. Don't you think so? :-))) Still the photos are great and I would have liked to visit the expo.

B SQUARED said...

Go ahead, trade in the old clunker.

JM said...

You have to come back! :-)

VP said...

Maybe the next time you'll find something more...

EG Wow said...

Cars and health? I don't get the the connection.

Daryl said...

Car and health ..stay healthy, buy a new car

Halcyon said...

Surely you and Lois-Anne are too young for this expo. That must be why you found it so dull. :)

Lois said...

I like the way the tents look and I'm sure they provided some much needed shade!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson