Kassy Geen, left, 15, and Amy Luke, 15, enjoy a cool jump into the Nooksack River at Everson's Riverside Park. The park also has fields for softball, baseball and soccer, and is where road bicyclists in the Ski to Sea Race meet their teams’ canoeists for the river portion of the seven-leg race.
Kassy Geen, left, 15, and Amy Luke, 15, enjoy a cool jump into the Nooksack River at Everson's Riverside Park. The park also has fields for softball, baseball and soccer, and is where road bicyclists in the Ski to Sea Race meet their teams’ canoeists for the river portion of the seven-leg race. SERGE GIACHETTI THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Kassy Geen, left, 15, and Amy Luke, 15, enjoy a cool jump into the Nooksack River at Everson's Riverside Park. The park also has fields for softball, baseball and soccer, and is where road bicyclists in the Ski to Sea Race meet their teams’ canoeists for the river portion of the seven-leg race. SERGE GIACHETTI THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Everson

September 11, 2007 5:06 PM

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