Today Yesterday, Dragon Boat Canada held a town hall meeting where they introduced the central region committee members and explained the general workings of DBC. I learned that the central region includes not only Ontario, but also Nunavut. Did you know that?
Chapter 4: Success and Disappointment.
^Photo credit: Pearl using Marcella’s phone
Yeah, um, I’m not very good at estimating how many parts a series should have.
Chapter 3: Anything and Everything.
^Photo credit: Marcella
We got so much thrown at us on just the first day of racing, if I didn’t do things in chronological order, I wouldn’t know where to start. Also I ended up having too much to write about, so I had to add more parts to this series.
Chapter 2: Rainchina.
I’m sensing a theme here. Just sayin’.
Chapter 1: Raincouver.
Rainy. Wet. Rainy. Cold. Rainy. Dark. And rainy.
I know this post is quite late and I haven’t posted in a long time. School has been very busy (trying to get a paper out!) and I just haven’t had the time.
The last day of Nationals was also the last day of the 2015-2016 season. There was good, there was bad, and there was complicated.
And there was a protest.
More on that later.
I decided to skip Montreal Challenge and post it at another time so the Nationals post wouldn’t be too long in coming. A lot of things happened this weekend and it was quite an eventful regatta. Things didn’t necessarily go perfectly, but that’s the way life is.
^Photo credit: Anne