My second time at Wishtoyo was yet again another amazing trip. I learned more about my culture and how important it is to keep traditions. A first time experience I did was go snorkeling at the island. At first I was scared, but it was wonderful to see the sea critters with my own eyes instead of through pictures. My biggest take-away from Wishtoyo is learning how strong and powerful women are. I learned this through our Women’s ceremony, and felt honored to be apart of it. My biggest take-away from Limu Island is that there is land out here that is still very sacred and fresh. What I mean by this is that at Limu Island there’s native plants and Native Artifacts still on the Island from a long time ago.
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This year I'm a rising Junior. I'm from Bellingham, WA. This is my second year at the program. I love all animals and enjoy traveling. View all posts by kylasummer