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August 14, 2013

Surfing and traditions at La Push

Here is what you missed while we were at the beach…
our boards were waxed and ready to go

a paddling song set our intentions right for the day
we got all suited up, with our smiles on

then we circled up

got our bodies moving

practiced our moves (doesn’t everybody need to work on their jumpshot?)

worked on our dunking too!

We learned the ways of the water and how to be safe

and did our best hang-ten!
Then we tried to catch those waves
and we got it!
Success is best when you can share it with your friends! 
*Thank you, thank you so much tribal members for the paddle song, Quileute Housing Authority for the towels and food, US Coast Guard for keeping an eye on us, NOAA and Quileute Tribal Council for your support*
Learn more about what Warm Current is doing on the coast at http://www.warmcurrent.org/
Go surf with the kids and make some new friends at Neah Bay this coming Saturday, August 17th,  
or just come say hi and see what it’s all about.

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