PHOTO ESSAY BY DAVID WELTON
Whidbey Life Magazine Contributor
January 13, 2016
A huge crowd braved frost and freeze on Saturday morning, Jan. 9 at Seawall Park in Langley for the third annual Seafloat Scramble. Over 200 hand-blown glass seafloats were “hidden in plain view” for youngsters of all ages to find.
With a massive retinue of scramblers, all 200 seafloats disappeared in a matter of minutes. David Welton, WLM staff photographer, was there to capture some of the fun!
The colorful, one-of-a-kind treasures were created by Callahan McVay of Callahan’s Firehouse. A second location for the Scramble was held at the park at 2nd and Anthes for kids under the age of five. The event was sponsored by the Langley Main Street Association and Callahan’s Firehouse.
David Welton is a retired physician and staff photographer for Whidbey Life magazine.
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