Tent Protocol

Please see the Tent Protocol page for listing and order of Canoe Family presentations during the week.

Today we are on Day 3, July 22. CLICK HERE to view Tent Protocol listings. (Schedules are subject to change.)

Mon. Jul. 19

Journey Update, Monday July 19 at 3 pm.

Canoes are preparing for soft landing. Skippers meeting in session.

Due to a death in the tribal community protocol may vary from that which is posted, but will proceed as much as possible according to plans.

Will post updates as they come in.

[Thanks to Elaine, Phil, Nano and others for update info!]

Update

Tribal Journey to Makah 2010 Update.

Canoes trailered to Pillar Point, Clallam Bay and some to Snow Creek and will paddle to Neah Bay from those points, for a soft landing around 2 pm. Official landing ceremonies after that… maybe around 5 pm.  

Vehicle traffic is very limited in Neah Bay, so be aware of this. There will be thousands of visiters who will be there for the events.

Delay

Canoes delayed on take-off from Elwha / Port Angeles (Hollywood Beach).

Rough and dangerous waters deterred departure from Hollywood Beach, Port Angeles, WA from their Elwha stopover. (Some canoes may have gone on the water against advisories, but most either turned back, or did not leave the beach.)

Canoes will most likely trailer tomorrow, to Piller Point, their next designated stop.

More updates as they come in.

(Info per Lower Elwha Skipper, Phil Charles, Jr. at 7am.)

Canoes in Elwha

Native Canoe Journeys – Tribal Journeys of the Pacific NW is ON!

Canoes arrived Elwha / Port Angeles, WA today, Friday July 16…. heading to Neah Bay, Washington, USA. (see routes & schedules)

About 60 canoes arrived, some by trailer, some by water, landing on Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles. The waters have been rough and dangerous with three canoes tipping over yesterday (Thursday) with one being damaged. As far as we know.. all the people are okay.

Protocol is going on in Elwha Tribal Center gym tonight (Friday) and Saturday.

Canoes will take off from Elwha / Port Angeles on Sunday the 18th – depending on weather and tides… possibly around 6 or 7 am.

Canoe will all arrive at Makah / Neah Bay, WA on July 19th. Entry Ceremonies at Makah Tribe in Neah Bay on July 19, 2010.

See links for canoe schedules, maps and routes.

2010 CANOE JOURNEY ROUTES / SCHEDULES on this site CLICK HERE. 

2010 TENT PROTOCOL Schedule CLICK HERE.

SCHEDULE and ROUTES On Facebook CLICK HERE

Makah Tribal Journey FB page CLICK HERE

MAPS on FB page Click Here

Chief Frank Nelson Canoe

Chief Frank Nelson Canoe: Vancouver Island

2010 Canoe Journey Is On

Native Canoe Journeys – Tribal Journeys of the Pacific NW is ON!

Canoes are on the waters.. heading to Neah Bay, Washington, USA. (see routes & schedules)

More canoes will join the journey in the coming days, and all will join for Canoe Entry Ceremonies at Makah Tribe in Neah Bay on July 19, 2010.

See links for canoe schedules, maps and routes.

2010 CANOE JOURNEY ROUTES / SCHEDULES on this site CLICK HERE. 

2010 TENT PROTOCOL Schedule CLICK HERE.

SCHEDULE and ROUTES On Facebook CLICK HERE

Makah Tribal Journey FB page CLICK HERE

MAPS on FB page Click Here

Honoring Carol Kirk

CAROL KIRK HONORING ANNOUNCEMENT 7-06-2010

Honoring/Memorial for Hum-a-py-nen (Grizzle Bear arriving) Carol A. Kirk, at Lower Elwha and Neah Bay during Tribal Journey 2010 events. 

Carol and her ha-ma (husband) Jim had traveled with the Muckleshoot canoe family and the last 3 years with Skipper Phil Charles and the Elwha Lightening. 

Carol looked forward to this years tribal Journey with much anticipation.  

Carol passed away on Saturday May 29, 2010 and is buried at the old agency cemetery in Mission Oregon beside her Mother.  

Carol was a hereditary Princess of the Cayuse tribe, in Oregon. She didn’t believe in flaunting who she was , so she never told anyone she was royalty, she just wanted accepted for who she was.

Carol was born October 22 1949 in Pendleton Oregon to Leo Crawford and Ernestine Burke Crawford. She was of 4/4 Native blood , Cayuse, Palouse , Walla , and Umatilla. With related ties to Muckleshoot, Nez Perce, Puyallup , Warm Springs, Yakima, Paiute, and Cheyenne tribes. She also have relatives in Canada of the Nez Perce tribe, from the 1877 war. 

READ MORE – CLICK HERE

(Re-posted to Canoe Northwest Group on Yahoo by Ben K. Charles http://groups.yahoo.com/group/canoesnorthwest/ )

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