Big crowd turns out for LMSA Sea Float Scramble in Langley

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Jan. 4, 2014

The Langley Main Street Association was pleased with the turn out at its second annual Sea Float Scramble in downtown Langley, Saturday.

Hundreds of people were estimated to have lined up to chase down glass blown sea floats that lined the Langley beach front. The glass art was made by Callahan McVay at his Firehouse Glass Studio on Second Street.

Young and old came to Langley to get in on the scramble, and then stayed through the afternoon to shop and eat in the village by the sea.

WLM photographer David Welton captured the starting line with a few little sea float scramblers on the take.

Sea Scramble Welton 2014 (500x334)

 

Sea Scramble 2014 little scramblers Welton (500x317)

 

Sea Scramble 2014 Welton little finder (500x325)

A little scrambler goes home with a sea float Saturday in Langley. / All photos by David Welton

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