Sunday, September 26, 2010

Pasley Island Boat Tour with Cormorant Marine

Today the Nature Club went on a boat-tour around Bowen Island, and among the Pasley Islands. The weather cooperated, with a calm, foggy day and smooth water. Not only did we have a chance to see some local wildlife and shoreline habitat, but we had plenty of time for talking, sharing stories, and generally broadening our understanding and connection to our home. I was happy to see so many children, there. It's my belief that knowing and loving our home is the root of compassion and a deep sense of self, not to mention inspired learning.

Following are some of my own photos; please email me more if you have some, and I'll add them to this post.

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Thank you, everyone, for your company, your knowledge, and your enthusiasm. My family enjoyed ourselves very much, and I hope you all did, too.


1 comment:

  1. It is really fun to explore the sea and observe all the animals in their natural habitat. I've tried that once before in dolphins argyll tour but this place looks really interesting. The scenery, mountains and fog that you can see here are breathtaking.