one of the smallest Crew I’ve seen at Hoh River
Morning launch of canoes at hoh river, washington (state)
Played arnis with friends by the river and later learned how to play tong-a-tong (bamboo instruments) with manong alexis
1-2-3-4, 1-2-3-4, 1-2-3-4 (repeat) – see photos below
Auntie beverlee rose lucas sends off her grandson with well wishes as he pulls for the 2nd year, he is 19yo from british columbia, canada
Auntie didn’t have her camera so i shared this with her via facebook 🙂
Cultural exchanges via songs, music and dance
Smoking salmon for the masses at queets. So good!
Thankful for the blessings and the wonderful cooks. Ono! Sarap! Delicious!
Checking out different trailers, researching about costs for future transport…..
Some photos of routine journey camp with portable hot! showers and outdoor sinks.
Helping when it is called out for help, Bayanihan Spirit!
A Note from M Leng Leng:
Hi all! M weary but not as weary as the “pullers” and many who have been in the journey more than 3 days. With that said, it’s been a wonderful experience of sharing, learning…
Check out http://www.paddletoquinault.org for more Canoe Journey information.
This is a healing journey, with focus on no substances such as alcohol/drugs, healing from many traumas, and building communities. Read the 10 Canoe Principles.
I am honored and blessed to be part of this journey. Many thanks for all those that gave us support, prayers and blessings. Mabuhay tayong lahat!