Volunteers Make Tour a Success

Setup began at 8:30...
... on Kappas Green ...
... and at the WestAmerica parking lot
Laurie Mills dressed the part as she set up to display her glasswork on the Green
Volunteers checked in all morning
Paul Winward took a break from docenting his own home on Issaquah
Wilford Welch (r.) was one of the authors on Kappas Green
Water sales were brisk
Volunteers got a chance to socialize during the day
Safety volunteers helped visitors on the docks
While the Volunteer party was being set up, life continued as usual
The volunteer party featured terrific food ...
... and a colorful thank-you  |  Photos by Cynthia Greenberg  |  WestAmerica photo and post by Larry Clinton

Over 1,000 people participated in our September 30 Floating Homes Tour: 650 paid attendees, 250 volunteers, plus homeowners, artists, writers, musicians, dancers, vintage car owners and sponsors.

The weather was gorgeous, lines were short, and this was one of the smoothest tours in memory.

This tour couldn’t happen without the extraordinary efforts of our volunteers. The accompanying slide show depicts a few of these volunteers who helped introduce our unique lifestyle to appreciative visitors.