Dragon Boat paddlers help lead the “Paddle for Wild Salmon” from Katzie to Musqueam

Another incredible day on the Fraser River
Dragon boat paddlers lead the way to 2 of the 7 boats
Jennifer from Gung Haggis Fat Choy team was my lead stroke, with Colleen of FLCC Fortifed in the 2nd seat.  I steered.
Oliver Wu of Team Naluwan was lead stroke on another boat
We
paddled from Katzie First Nations 8:30 am under the Golden Ears Bridge,
paddled to New Westminster for 11:30 am.  We left New West at 12:55 and
arrived at Musqueam First Nations at 4:45pm

We probably paddled under the Port Mann Bridge
around 10:30am, and under the Patullo Bridge then the Sky Train bridge
between 11:45 to noon. We left New West around 12:55pm, and next
paddled under the Queensborough Bridge around 1:10 pm. We made it under
the Knight Street Bridge about 2:00pm, then the Canada Line skytrain
bridge and Oak St. around 2:30pm and the Arthur Laing by 3:00 pm. Add
in a few rail bridges, and we paddled under 10 bridges from Katzie to
Musqueam!

No Dragon Boat practice Sunday
But you are invited to
Paddle For Wild Salmon
8:00 am breakfast at Musqeam First Nations
(bottom of Dunbar – turn right – then turn left at Salish Dr
On the water for 9 am 
Experienced paddlers only to paddle around Point Grey
We may be paddling in giant 18 paddler sea worthy voyageur canoes
If there are big winds
There is
Plan B
We will walk at salmon streams at Musqueam then at False Creek  
Put voyageur 10 person boats in at False Creek or Vanier Park (kits point)
Then paddle to Jericho Beach 

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