World Paddle for the Planet Day is rapidly approaching! Saturday, June 16th, I will paddle the length of Okanagan Lake to send a SUP Wave of Change around the World (info attached)! Standup Paddlers around the World have also organized paddles for Change on the 16th!
Here is the itinerary for World Paddle for the Planet Day!
- Friday, June 15th at 1pm- Aloha Conference to announce the direction the paddle will take, Vernon to Penticton or Penticton to Vernon. This announcement will take place at Rayburns Marine, 2330 Enterprise Road in Kelowna.
- Saturday, June 16th- The paddle will begin at 4 a.m. from the location announced at the Aloha Conference. Rayburns Marine are providing support boats, and it will be possible to interview Bob on the water! For info and to make arrangements contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org before 6p.m. Wednesday, June 13th.
- The paddle is forecast to finish sometime between 10 p.m. and midnight, and we would love to see you at the finish line! You can follow progress on facebook at Bob Purdy or twitter @paddlesurfer365, there will be regular postings throughout the day.
- Sunday, June 17th- Paddle for the Planet will continue on Day 534 with a celebration World Paddle for the Planet Day paddle at 2 p.m. from Rotary Beach in Kelowna! Come down and meet Leslie Kolovich and Joan Vienot from the SupRadio Show and Standup Journal Magazine who will be there all the way from Florida to cover World Paddle for the Planet Day June 16th, and the Kal Classic on June 23 and 24th! There will also be a few extra boards available if you would like to join Bob on the water for a paddle!
Thanks for all you have done to help make Paddle for the Planet a success so far, we are slowly Changing the Way we live on the Planet!