Tag: Salish Sea

In the foreground is a rocky, seaweed covered beach. Past the beach is the ocean with two human silhouttes in the water to the right. They appear to each have a board. The sun is low in the sky to the left.

Taking a break at Clover Point

Everyone needs a break. What a great time to be on the water. River otters out and about too. Love that we share these spaces. So grateful to be here on the Salish sea. Happy Friday everyone.

Susan Simmons dives into the water on Dallas Road to start her attempt to double cross the Juan de Fuca.

Susan Simmons dives into the water to start her historic attempt at a double cross

On August 18th at 1pm Susan Simmons took off from Ogden Point on a 24 hour swim to Port Angeles, and back. With MS, for MS. Have a great swim Susan Simmons. Later that day we heard that Susan has halted her swim attempt. The water was cold and choppy and she was hypothermic and

A golden sunset over the cars in line for BC Ferries.

Going the distance to gain new skills

Here’s a throwback to a gorgeous BC Ferries sunset, from when Sandy was travelling to Vancouver on weekends to get her needling (intramuscular stimulation) certifications. #professionaldevelopment

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