Where will you paddle on June 16?
Posted on Wednesday, 13 June 2012 12:00
Join Bob Purdy on June 16 for his epic trek across the length of Okanagan Lake. Why’s he doing it? What better way to “Change the way we live on the Planet” than to create an opportunity for paddlers around the World to paddle for the change they would like to see? “World Paddle for the Planet Day” is June 16, 2012 and has been created to give Standup Paddle Surfers everywhere an opportunity to paddle for change by sending a “SUPWave of Change” around the Globe! Here is the plan! One, choose a change you would like to see happen in the World. Two, paddle for that change on June 16th. Three, commit to that change until it becomes reality! It could be something as simple as spending the day cleaning up your local beach, or as ambitious as joining a movement working to “Change the way we live on the Planet”.
Click the pic to go to Bob’s website. See you on the water!
Paddle by yourself, or organize a group to send out a stronger “SUPWave of Change!” It’s simple, more paddlers, in more places around the
World equals bigger change! For my part I will paddle the length of Okanagan Lake in B.C. Canada where I live, a distance of about 80 miles. The change I want to see in the world is a reduction in consumption! We need to rethink the way we consume and reduce what we buy, the Planet needs a break from our constant need to indulge! Join me on June 16th!
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