Sequim Daily Photo
Views of Sequim, the Olympic Peninsula. . .and beyond
I am so proud to live in a community that takes the safety of the little ones seriously.
That is one of the best, well made and designed, signs I have ever seen related to wearing life vests. Yahoo.
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That is a VERY powerful sign. Great way to get the point across.
A very good reminder done in an attractive way.
Voila un panneau que l’on peut pas rater, et tellement vrai..
Veiled a panel which one cannot miss, and so much truth.
That’s so funny !
And not exactly true
Everyone can float, because of the ait in the lung, that needs only to be quiet and yes it is not trhe case of our kids
There are afraid and don’t know what to do, to remain peacefully on the back
I know only one person who cannot float : my elder son
Whatever he makes, he is unable to float, he ever must move if not he’d sink
I think he is not fat enough !
Where was this one taken Norma? I haven’t run across it yet. A very striking photo, especially good for any of the boaters out there.
I love the concern and honesty and trust,evident in this communities’ sign.
A simple thing to wear a lifejacket — and yet so easy not to. Great reminder!
A great idea and wonderful to see it in action (sadly, if lifejackets were left in this way in Ireland they would almost certainly be vandalised or stolen)
The same thing could be said about Annies. I have never been able to float – and life jackets have saved the day for me too.
Everyone must see this sign and it`s important thought.
Hopefully also adults use them too 🙂
I looked at your earlier photos and loved them and how you have described them.
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very nice protection you have taken about kids…with lif jackets…
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