POTW: Some holiday shots from our team

Jill

July 12, 2019

Just as you were, the people who labour in the trenches at CY were out on the water with their families over the Canada Day weekend too. And they took some photos that we are sharing for our Photos of the Week.

Jill caught this shot of her son Nolan in a celebratory Canada Day leap.

Elissa also caught her son Sidney with their friend’s water-loving dog Carling enjoying the holiday weekend off the dock.

Lovely stuff. Thanks, Jill and Elissa!

 

Elissa
The POTW photo of the week can be anything photographed on or near your boat, boat shows, kids, pets, lunch, costumes, signs – you pick it and send your photos, with a bit of a back story, to CYonboard@Kerrwil.com;and put POTW in the subject line. Take the shots and send them now while the summer sun shines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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