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Learning the way of the kayak

Above, Wilson Arterberry, 11, of Mercer Island, gets tips from instructor Barb Sherrill during a self-rescue drill at a youth kayak camp at Luther Burbank Park on Mercer Island last Tuesday, Aug. 26. Right, young kayakers pull on drysuits in the newly converted boat house at Lutherburbank Park. In addition to being  a classroom, the  building houses kayaks and sail boats.   Far right, A bird’s nest in the wall is a reminder of prior inactivity in the waterfront building at Luther Burbank Park. The space is currently being used as a classroom for boating classes. -
Above, Wilson Arterberry, 11, of Mercer Island, gets tips from instructor Barb Sherrill during a self-rescue drill at a youth kayak camp at Luther Burbank Park on Mercer Island last Tuesday, Aug. 26. Right, young kayakers pull on drysuits in the newly converted boat house at Lutherburbank Park. In addition to being a classroom, the building houses kayaks and sail boats. Far right, A bird’s nest in the wall is a reminder of prior inactivity in the waterfront building at Luther Burbank Park. The space is currently being used as a classroom for boating classes.
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