Robert discovers that denying the existence of his sight challenge can have some unwanted consequences.
Robert, like so many sight-challenged people, has issues with crowds. So, what was he doing attending a protest rally in downtown Vancouver?
A trip to the beach proves an unexpected challenge when inexperience meets fear.
When the sighted and sight-challenge are given access to sensitive ecological parks the experience for one could override that of the other, losing the magic of the experience for both.
Robert enjoys a new freedom on a West Coast beach where he’s able to stare as long as he wants.