Gord’s Fishing & Sports Blog: May 27, 2013

Jeff Morningstar had good luck.  He caught 3 over 30 pound and other side south Bowen Island to North Arm of the Fraser River.  He don’t say but, I photograph 3 big fish.  I with meet Jill Petersen to learn how a photo.  The one fish I wrote about, 34 lbs. The second 25 lbs I think.  He three caught on Saturday May 25 a 30 lbs.  The bite only one 1/2 hour a 8:00 am.

Treacher Rock a bite big fish one 1/2 hour caught a 25 lbs. Dave abourd the “Solway” and small spring got out.  Brian ahead Tofino he caught 10 lbs – 12 lbs Spring, halibut, ling cod, good time by all.  Brian should out Sunday but I heard nothing.

Gord’s Fishing Reports: May 16, 2013

It is awysome ladder part April and May on two “hot spot”.   “The Hump” is south Bowen Island, Jeff Morningstar caught a 33 lbs ladder part April.    Dave Murphy aboard  “Solowey” caught a 31 lbs Bowen Island on April 29.  I have talk VHF 88A more between 30 lbs – 33 lbs. with big motor task oil 2 weed part No. Galleon Marine!  Navigation on Fraser river month May between 30 – 35 pound Spring salmon.

Treasher Rock will be “hot spot” side Vancouver Island.  I have heard between 7:30 am – 11:00 am 2 person limit out 8 lbs, 9 lbs, 12 lbs, 17 lbs, awysome!   Wind calm 30 knots run speed one hour and 20 minute.  My daughter Deb calm but 1/2 way across wind 25 knots and  S.E. east, tide set 25 gallons tank north Bowen Island wets I need drink.  When Dave Bonnie Lee boat caught 28 lbs spring 6 footers sea rought,.  When Dave got across Vancouver side $1000 damaged.

Open House

What: Our group mentors will explain what we do and showcase some of our activities

When: Thursday, May 30th from 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.

Where: 3rd floor of the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences building (2177 Wesbrook Mall)


Who: 1) For professionals and family members who want to learn about our program, and  2) People with aphasia who might me interested in joining our program

Reminder: Our group participation criteria is that 1) Mentors are at least 1 year post-stroke, living with chronic aphasia, and are looking to participate in community activities, and 2) Mentors want to teach health care students about their experience.     Click here for more information.

Please R.S.V.P.

See you there!

2nd Annual Health Mentors Program

Four of our Aphasia Mentors were also Health Mentors this year.

For 1.5 years, they work with interdisciplinary groups of healthcare students.

On Monday, they presented their work.

Jack’s Group – “Support and recovery comes through a great sense of humour, a positive outlook, and strong self- and family-advocacy”.

Bruce’s Group – “Communication is the crux of healthcare; it is the tipping point between positive and negative experiences. How can we improve our system?”

Skip’s Group – “My mind is like a Home Depot store; everything is in there, it just takes more time to find it”.

Rob’s Group – “It’s in there, but I can’t get it out…”

Learn more by clicking here: http://www.chd.ubc.ca/dhcc/healthmentors