650 4th graders attended TISC Spring Set Sail Learn sessions. Another 800 kids sailed and paddled here this summer. What better place for a fun-loving Dolphin and 3 seals to hang out with TISC kids than on Clipper Cove ?
On Friday, August 11th “Clippy” the dolphin showed up to hang out with our Friday sailors. Our students were thrilled to see him.
And his friendly, inquisitive seal playmates.
We can’t guarantee our Fall session sailors a chance to hang out with a dolphin, however we can offer a great opportunity to learn more about sailing, teamwork, and life on Clipper Cove. To register CLICK HERE.
Here’s what Cazzie and Cassidy had to report: “This week at Clipper Cove, the highlight has been a ton of wildlife activity! From beautiful blue herons to roaming packs of friendly seals, the cove is teeming with wildlife. But the most incredible highlight has been the sighting of the first harbor porpoise in the Cove for years! All of these are promising signs for a recovering cove under the stewardship of TISC and TISC sailors.”
Here are a few more photos courtesy of our Executive Director Travis Lund who captured the fun had by Clippy and his friends.
Regards from On The Cove, Dave G
In the wake: Don’t forget – you can STILL REGISTER for spaces still available for the Fall Sessions.