SWIMMING FROM PIER TO pillar was a joy for these kids but nerve racking for the onlookers who saw the dangers. Although such activities can cause accidents, these haphazard dives into Davis Bay were pure fun.
We watched youngsters leap in the air without a care during a recent trip to visit family in Sechelt that started with a BC Ferry trip from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver to Langdale from where we drove past the Davis Bay pier.
The pillars were like a jungle gym with clusters of kids climbing up them.
Pier reflections glistened in crystal clear waters.
Pebbles gleamed on the beach floor.
The water mirrored its environment, from sky blue to forest green hues. Heading back from the wharf we saw the shore and ...
grasses prettily bordering the walkway.
There was a sign (click on photo for detail) with information about Davis Bay Wharf in the early years when children then, too, likely jumped off the pier with carefree abandon.
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