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Have you hugged your Whale today?

Friday, July 25th, 2014
Have you hugged your whale today?

Have you hugged your whale today?

Have you hugged your whale today?

Willing a Whale

Somebody once told me if I hugged a whale
The oceans would calm and the sea beasts prevail
But my arms were too short and I knew I would fail
Even when I tried it down by his tail

So using a technique I learned in Madrid
Forehead to forehead I hugged with my Id
That was the weirdest thing I ever did
The whale was surprised melding minds with a kid

I thought ‘Do you like me?’ The whale pictured, ‘Yes,’
and showed me where Blackbeard had buried a chest
‘Now, do run along boy, I’m needing of rest’
And that’s when I hugged him for being the best

That was the last time I saw Mr. Whale
To this day, nobody believes in this tale
But sure as a sunset, the sea did prevail
So call it a fluke and I’ll call it his tail

joey racano

3rd annual Thank You Whales is fast approaching, get your tickets now at:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/thank-you-whales-celebration-tickets-11924974921?aff=eac2

Come celebrate and commemorate the Humpback invasion of 2012!

AVILA COMMUNITY CENTER more info www.oceanoutfallgroup.com

Featured speakers:

Susan Hartland, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, U.S.
Zachary Smith, NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council)
Mothers for Peace, Ocean Defenders Alliance, Howard Pines, Lyndia Leonard, Whale and Dolphin Watch Music by PANGA and by Joey Racano, Catered by Phil’s Catering, Susnet Prayer by Fred Collins, Tribal Administrator, Northern Chumash Tribal Council, Benedictine Monk Michael J Philips, and featuring the art of Templeton Elementary, Grade 2, and Sally Lamas- SPONSORS: Surfrider Sea Shepherd, Mothers for Peace, Central Coast BIONEERS, ECOSLO, Ocean Outfall Group, GREENPEACE, more-

Thank You Whales 2013

Thursday, May 16th, 2013
August 17th- make plans to be there!

August 17th- make plans to be there!

Get ready for the 3rd annual 'Thank You Whales' celebration, coming August 17th, 2013 on Old Port Beach in Avila, California. This yearly celebration commemorates the arrival of whales at the gates of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant in 2012. The whales arrived in pre-hunting numbers, coinciding with the Chumash celebration of their vollages and canoes known as 'Tomol', and it all happened just in time to garner the world media attention needed to Stop the Diablo Canyon Seismic Testing. Many people and organizations bonded together to help, and the California Coastal Commission played a leadership role, with their historic November 14th 'NO HIGH ENERGY 260 DECIBEL SEISMIC TESTING IN CALIFORNIA WATERS' decision, but it was the whales of Avila- a modern day bona fide miracle- that really saved 500 or so nautical miles of marine ecosystem!  This sponsors for Thank You Whales this year show those bonds have grown even stronger between us all, and we hope you will be there, August 17th, 2013, Old Port Beach, Avila, starts at 10:00am. Look for the huge whale statue!  *VERY* Special speakers!  Love and respect,  joey racano

2013 Sponsors of 2nd Annual Thank You Whales