Ukeedaze Magazine - Volume 19 (Fall 2019)

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Ukeedaze is a lifestyle magazine based out of Ucluelet, British Columbia. Our primary focuses are: board sports culture, local artists and musicians, environmental conservation, and west coast events.
In this issue we talk to Team Canada surfing hopeful Sean Foerster about his move to Ucluelet and adjusting to West Coast lifestyle.
Victoria hip hop act Illvis Freshly is our Sound Check featured music artist.
Local artist Karla Strickland of Kay Ceramics is our featured artist.
There is also plenty of local skateboarding content including a trip to Port Alberni skate park with Joel Normand and Tofino's annual Canada Skate contest in memory of Jamie Collins.

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Fall 2019

FREErange

Volume 19

Ucluelet ▯ Tofino ▯ Port Alberni

Sound Check • Local Artist • Road to 2020

Maps • Coastal Directory • Tide Guide

Photo: Paul Freimuth


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Sound Check 8

Local Artist 14

Road to 2020 22

Tide Guide 26

Coastal Directory 27

Tofino Map 28

Ucluelet Map 29

Port Alberni Map 30

Pacific Rim Park Reserve Map 31

Check out bonus pages of

this magazine with videos

and more at:

yumpu.com/en/ukeedaze

Photo and article submissions are free.

Submissions: editor@ukeedaze.com

Advertising and other inquiries:

info@ukeedaze.com

Editors: Paul Freimuth, Diana Uy, Hunter Oliwa

Layout and Design: Diana Uy & Paul Freimuth

Contributing Photographers:

Beachcomber Ocean Tours

Bob Van Der Vliet

Brad Fitzmaurice Photography

Cristina Gareau

Keenan Bush

Leo Graceffo

Majestic Ocean Kayaking

Paul Freimuth

Ryan Smith

Contributing Writers:

Diana Uy

Illvis Freshly

Karla Strickland

Paul Freimuth

Sean Foerster

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ukeedaze (yõõ-kee-dãz)

verb

1. the state of being overwhelmed with the beauty that is seen or experienced:

She ukeedazed, quietly staring at the beautiful view of the ocean

from the Wild Pacific Trail.

noun

2. a dazed condition from an extraordinary experience:

After surfing at Cox Bay, they were in a ukeedaze for weeks.

Synonyms: amaze, bewilder, dazzle

Related forms:

ukeedazedly (yõõ-kee-dãz-zid-lee), adverb

ukeedazeness, noun

half-ukeedazed, adjective

ukeedazed, adjective

ukeedazing, verb

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llvis Freshly is an up-and-coming

Canadian band from Victoria, BC. The

band consists of two MCs, a guitarist, a

drummer, and a DJ/singer. Their sound is

a fusion of electronic and classic hip-hop

elements, making them a unique and widely

accessible act. Jesus Estevez (‘Doc Zoo’)

produces the beats using a combination of

synthesizers, live instrumentation, and the

classic funk and soul samples quintessential

to 90s hip-hop. The newest addition to

SOUND CHECK

Illvis Freshly

the band, drummer Mike Cooper, is a

karate master: his Bruce-Lee-level nunchuk

skills are matched only by his superhuman

drumming abilities and infectious energy.

Guitar wizard and crowd surfing aficionado

Phil Lyons (‘Phillionaire’) is a wildly

entertaining performer also known for his

ludicrously catchy riffsand face-melting

solos. Doc Zoo and Dan Howse (‘Danimal

House’), the two MCs, are all about their

stage presence, captivating the crowd with

lightning-fast flows and dynamic lyricism. In

addition to spinning beats and scratching,

Justin Doyle (DJ ‘Mt. Doyle’), has the

voice of an angel, singing falsetto leads and

backup vocals while holding it down on

the turntables. In an industry where it has

become increasingly difficult to be original,

the boys have created something special

with this project. Their sound can best be

described as Beastie Boys meets Jurassic 5

with some bass-heavy flavour in the mix.

The boys released their third album, the

’Certified Fresh’ EP, in the Spring of

2018, and show no signs of slowing down.

They’ve previously released two full-length

albums, ‘What Chu Know About Illvis?’

(2015) and ‘Illennials’ (2016) a year apart, as

well as a string of wildly entertaining music

videos and collaborations with international

producers. Those albums consecutively won

them Best Urban / Electronic Recording

for the respective singles and Group of The

Year at the Vancouver Island Music Awards

(VIMAs) for 2016/17. Their albums and

numerous remixes have received local and

international attention in the worldwide

hip-hop, funk, and electronic scenes,

establishing them as one of the most

progressive, accessible, and fun acts in

Canadian Hip-Hop. Illvis Freshly is “One

of those bands you have to see live”. They

have had the opportunity to bring their feelgood

party vibes to a number of amazing

festivals including Shambhala, Rifflandia,

Astral Harvest, Electric Love, Fozzyfest,

Boogaloo, Kamp Festival, High Times

Cannabis Cup, Quadrapalooza, Victoria Ska

and Reggae Festival, and the Tall Tree Music

Festival (to name a few). They have played

countless shows across the West Coast of

Canada and have begun to branch out into

international markets. They have had the

honor of sharing the stage with some of

their mentors such as Souls of Mischief,

Ghostface Killah, Merkules, De La Soul,

The Beatnuts, Stylust Beats, DubFX, and

Grieves. A new addition to their live show

is the formation of ‘IllvisFreshly LIVE’, a

full-band show featuring bass guitar, keys,

horns, and a second guitarist. The full liveband

made its grand debut in the summer

of 2018 and will be playing select shows

across the West Coast of Canada. These

boys are here to play dope music, eat pizza,

and have a good time... and they are most

definitely succeeding at all three.

For an exclusive performance of Illvis

Freshly playing live at this year’s Ukee Days

festival in Ucluelet, see this magazine's

online bonus pages at ukeedaze.com or

yumpu.com/en/ukeedaze. •

For an exclusive performance of Illvis Freshly playing live

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Karla Strickland

Featured Artist

Karla Strickland is the artist behind Kay Ceramics. She creates contemporary

functional and sculptural ceramics, which reflect the natural elements of her

Pacific coastal surroundings. Taking a wabi-sabi approach to her aesthetic, Kay

Ceramics is a mixture of functional wheel work and hand-built sculpture and jewelry

design. She teaches pottery full-time and can be found in her home studio right here on

the West Coast.

another type of clay touched the piece and

now it is a part of the overall look and feel.

It is all of those unique, almost unintentional,

parts that I am most attracted to. A huge

part of ceramics is of course breakages

and fails. Things break…a lot. Equipment

breaks, pieces don't always make it to the

final stage; Wabi-sabi can teach us to accept,

work through, and learn rather than become

deterred from the process.

Ukeedaze: What’s the best way for people to

purchase your art or book a lesson?

Ukeedaze: What brought you to the West

Coast and how long have you been here?

Karla: I came to Vancouver Island in

2002 to work in forestry in the northern

communities of Holberg and Winter

Harbour. I became totally enamoured with

the rugged beauty of the coast. In 2004,

after visiting this area, I moved to Ucluelet

and decided to stay here and start a new

chapter in life. Ucluelet was just the right

size and the area and small-town living was

very appealing at the time.

Ukeedaze: What got you into sculptural

ceramics?

Karla: I am currently working on my

Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and

Philosophy at VIU, for the last few years

I have had a chance to take drawing and

sculpture classes while in school. While I

have been largely focused on functional

ceramics, I have been inspired by the

versatility of clay. There is a seemingly

endless amount of applications you can

use to create sculptures-form, glazing, and

surface decoration techniques as well as

a wide variety of clay open the door to a

lifetime of creating.

Ukeedaze: What inspires you?

Karla: I am inspired by everyday living,

wabi-sabi aesthetic, finding beauty in common

objects and nature, and my family and

community.

Ukeedaze: What is wabi-sabi?

Karla: Wabi-sabi is a Japanese philosophy in

which we embrace the world as imperfect,

impermanent, and incomplete. Applying

this view to aesthetics and ceramics is very

natural and allows me to feel more connected

to the pieces. It can be the soft drip

of colour, a small wavy line, a spot where

Karla: All classes are currently run through

the Ucluelet Community Centre from

September to June. Different classes are

available: introduction courses to the

wheel and hand-built ceramics, specialty

classes in glaze application, clay and surface

decorating, etc. You can find all class details

and times in the Rec Guide. I am available

every Saturday at the Tofino Market from

10-2pm. I also attend several larger markets

on the Island and Mainland including

Refresh Market in Squamish and Out of

Hand Market in Victoria. My wares can

also be found at Merge Artisan Gallery,

Two Trees Tofino, The Village Gallery, and

Foggy Bean Coffee Company. •

Photo: Cristina Gareau

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Road o 2020

Sean Foerster

Age: 20 years old

Current Residence: Ucluelet B.C., Canada.

Years of surfing: 15 years.

Sponsors: O’Neill, Nixon, FCS, Long Beach Surf Shop, Bravocados Cuisine, and hOMe Grown Living Foods

The 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo mark

a milestone for board sports with the inclusion of

skateboarding and surfing disciplines to the games.

Not only does this provide opportunities for Canadian

skaters and surfers to get support, training, and facilities,

but it also legitimizes the sports in the eyes of the general

public. Skateboarding and surfing have lived happily

under the radar for years, but have been used mercilessly in

corporate advertising with the lion’s share of profits going

to large corporations while athletes earn a fraction of that of

athletes competing in more traditional sports.

Their inclusion into the Olympics gives young athletes more

opportunities to pursue and improve at their passions while

also getting the privilege to represent their homeland in

front of the entire world. In every Ukeedaze issue leading

up to the games we will feature an athlete who is a favourite

to represent Canada in either skateboarding or surfing. This

issue’s athlete is Sean Foerster.

Who is Sean Foerster? Born in Colorado to an American

father and Canadian mother, Sean Foerster grew up in

rural Costa Rica where he learned how to surf and honed

his skills to become a three-time Costa Rican national

surfing champion. Having Canadian lineage has enabled

him to represent Canada in International competition since

a young age. This year Sean made the decision to make

the move to Ucluelet where he plans to reside for half the

year in order to continue his training and further pursue

his dream of being a professional surfer and representing

Canada on the world stage. After an impressive performance

at the Rip Curl Nationals and Trials events, Sean narrowly

missed out in securing a spot on Team Canada's Olympic

team; however, he has definitely made his mark with his

high performance and quick approach to our Vancouver

Island lineups.

I was lucky enough to spend a great deal of time this

summer getting to know Sean while we were working on an

upcoming video project documenting his move to Canada.

Despite the challenges of getting good surfing footage

during the summer (whether it be lack of swell, crowded

lineups, fog and poor visibility, busy work schedules, or

unfavorable winds), Sean took it all in stride and we were

able to document a great deal of high-level surfing along

our beautiful West Coast. With his consistent air game, foot

speed, fluidity, and technicality, Sean seems destined for big

things in the surfing world. Coupled with his strong work

ethic, training regimen, and dedication to his craft, there

is no telling what heights he can achieve. One thing is for

sure: in the future, nobody will be saying “Who is Sean

Foerster?”

Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for an upcoming

surf video starring Sean in partnership with Ukeedaze

Media, West Barkley Media, and Tofino Surf Photography.

Releasing this fall, it can be seen on Ukeedaze's YouTube

Channel where we also host a bunch of other original West

Coast content featuring local artists, athletes, musicians,

events, and wildlife.

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Road o 2020

Sean Foerster

Ukeedaze: When did you start surfing?

Sean: I first started surfing down in Costa Rica when I was about

five years old.

But Ucluelet is a small town, meaning everybody knows everyone

which means they really take care of each other, so I have felt really

fortunate to have met the people I have and they make me feel like

part of the family.

Ukeedaze: What made you decide to make the move over to Canada

part time?

Sean: I decided to move to Canada because I love it up here. All my

trainings for Team Canada are here also, so living here permanently

made things a lot easier. Also, for my surfing career to continue and

to able to work with brands like O’Neill, it was a necessary move.

Ukeedaze: What’s been the biggest challenge with coming to Canada?

Sean: The biggest challenge of coming to Canada, besides the cold

water, I would have to say has been leaving my family and friends.

Ukeedaze: The thing you miss in Costa Rica the most is?

Sean: The thing I miss most about Costa Rica is the tropical fruit.

Being able to go in my back yard and pick Bananas, Papayas,

Mangoes, etcetera is the best. But the berry picking has kept me

busy enough!

Ukeedaze: You're really into healthy eating and living, when did you

get into fitness and nutrition?

Sean: I feel like my whole life I've been pretty aware about being

healthy and eating the right things. It really is the most precious

knowledge you can have. The system creates this illusion of what

we should be putting into our bodies and its so obscene what they

make us think is healthy eating. You are what you put into your

bodies, and that’s the reality of it.

Ukeedaze: You've spent a lot of time training in Tofino with Surf

Canada coaches: Shannon and Albie, how has this experience helped

you?

Sean: Working with Shannon and Albie has been a dream come

true. The experience has been incredible and definitely helped my

surfing reach the next level. Just to have the opportunity to train

with coaches like them makes me feel really blessed.

Photo: Keenan Bush

next travels will be Indonesia for a little over a month, then back

to Central America for the Winter. I will be making a couple trips

up to Nicaragua and El Salvador for training and hopefully make it

up to the North Shore sometime in January. After that, back up to

Canada for the rest of the year.

Ukeedaze: What else are you passionate about aside from surfing?

Sean: I am passionate about being the best version of myself

possible, and to help as many other people along the way. Besides

that, cooking plant-based meals is one of my favorite things in the

world.

Ukeedaze: After spending the last five months in Canada what's

next on your itinerary?

Sean: These past five months have definitely been life changing. My

Ukeedaze: Shout Outs?

Sean: Big Shout out to Ukeedaze for everything they have done for

me and everyone else involved! •

For more on Sean Foerster, see this magazine online bonus

pages with videos and more at: yumpu.com/en/ukeedaze

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UCLUELET TIDE TABLE

TOFINO: Add approximately 10-15 minutes and approximately .03 - .15 metres

PORT ALBERNI: Subtract approximately 3-5 minutes and approximately .03 - .15 metres

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Cross-reference use only. Check with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada for current

conditions. Units are in metres. Add an hour for daylight savings time when applicable.

Ucluelet Tide Table - September 2019

Sun 1 01:12 07:31 13:51 19:54

3.5 0.3 3.4 0.6

Mon 2 02:03 08:13 14:33 20:46

3.4 0.5 3.4 0.6

Tue 3 02:56 08:56 15:17 21:41

3.2 0.8 3.4 0.7

Wed 4 03:53 09:42 16:04 22:41

2.9 1 3.3 0.8

Thu 5 04:57 10:34 16:58 23:48

2.7 1.3 3.2 0.9

Fri 6 06:12 11:38 18:00 n/a

2.5 1.6 3 n/a

Sat 7 01:03 07:38 12:57 19:11

0.9 2.5 1.7 3

Sun 8 02:17 08:58 14:17 20:22

0.9 2.5 1.7 2.9

Mon 9 03:20 09:58 15:22 21:24

0.9 2.6 1.6 3

Tue 10 04:12 10:44 16:13 22:14

0.8 2.7 1.5 3.1

Wed 11 04:54 11:19 16:54 22:57

0.7 2.8 1.4 3.1

Thu 12 05:29 11:50 17:31 23:34

0.7 2.9 1.3 3.2

Fri 13 06:00 12:17 18:05 n/a

0.7 2.9 1.1 n/a

Sat 14 00:10 06:29 12:43 18:38

3.2 0.7 3 1

Sun 15 00:44 06:56 13:09 19:11

3.1 0.8 3.1 1

Mon 16 01:19 07:23 13:36 19:45

3.1 0.9 3.1 0.9

Tue 17 01:54 07:52 14:03 20:21

3 1 3.1 0.9

Wed 18 02:32 08:21 14:34 21:00

2.9 1.2 3.1 0.9

Thu 19 03:14 08:54 15:08 21:46

2.7 1.4 3.1 1

Fri 20 04:05 09:32 15:49 22:42

2.6 1.5 3 1

Sat 21 05:10 10:23 16:43 23:52

2.4 1.7 3 1

Sun 22 06:33 11:34 17:52 n/a

2.4 1.8 3 n/a

Mon 23 01:09 07:57 13:02 19:11

0.9 2.5 1.8 3

Tue 24 02:19 09:02 14:21 20:26

0.8 2.6 1.6 3.1

Wed 25 03:18 09:53 15:26 21:30

0.6 2.9 1.4 3.3

Thu 26 04:09 10:38 16:22 22:28

0.4 3.1 1.1 3.4

Fri 27 04:56 11:19 17:13 23:22

0.4 3.3 0.9 3.5

Sat 28 05:40 11:59 18:02 n/a

0.4 3.5 0.6 n/a

Sun 29 00:13 06:22 12:38 18:50

3.5 0.5 3.6 0.4

Mon 30 01:03 07:03 13:17 19:38

3.5 0.6 3.6 0.4

Tue 31 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00

0 0 0 0

Ucluelet Tide Table - October 2019

Tue 1 01:53 07:44 13:57 20:26

3.3 0.9 3.6 0.4

Wed 2 02:44 08:26 14:39 21:16

3.1 1.1 3.5 0.5

Thu 3 03:39 09:12 15:24 22:10

2.9 1.4 3.3 0.7

Fri 4 04:40 10:04 16:16 23:13

2.7 1.6 3.1 0.9

Sat 5 05:54 11:11 17:19 n/a

2.6 1.8 2.9 n/a

Sun 6 00:27 07:18 12:40 18:37

1 2.6 1.9 2.8

Mon 7 01:43 08:33 14:05 19:56

1.1 2.6 1.8 2.8

Tue 8 02:47 09:28 15:08 21:02

1 2.7 1.7 2.8

Wed 9 03:37 10:09 15:56 21:53

1 2.8 1.5 2.9

Thu 10 04:18 10:41 16:35 22:36

1 2.9 1.3 3

Fri 11 04:52 11:09 17:10 23:14

0.9 3 1.2 3

Sat 12 05:22 11:35 17:42 23:50

1 3.1 1 3.1

Sun 13 05:51 12:00 18:15 n/a

1 3.2 0.9 n/a

Mon 14 00:26 06:19 12:26 18:48

3.1 1.1 3.3 0.8

Tue 15 01:02 06:48 12:54 19:22

3 1.2 3.3 0.7

Wed 16 01:39 07:18 13:23 19:58

3 1.3 3.3 0.7

Thu 17 02:19 07:51 13:55 20:37

2.9 1.5 3.3 0.7

Fri 18 03:04 08:27 14:32 21:23

2.8 1.6 3.2 0.8

Sat 19 03:56 09:10 15:16 22:17

2.7 1.7 3.1 0.8

Sun 20 05:01 10:08 16:13 23:23

2.6 1.8 3 0.9

Mon 21 06:18 11:26 17:26 n/a

2.6 1.9 3 n/a

Tue 22 00:37 07:33 12:57 18:51

0.9 2.7 1.8 3

Wed 23 01:47 08:33 14:15 20:11

0.8 2.9 1.6 3

Thu 24 02:47 09:23 15:18 21:20

0.7 3.1 1.3 3.1

Fri 25 03:40 10:07 16:13 22:20

0.7 3.3 0.9 3.3

Sat 26 04:28 10:48 17:03 23:14

0.7 3.5 0.6 3.3

Sun 27 05:13 11:28 17:50 n/a

0.8 3.7 0.4 n/a

Mon 28 00:06 05:55 12:07 18:36

3.4 0.9 3.8 0.3

Tue 29 00:55 06:37 12:46 19:21

3.3 1.1 3.8 0.2

Wed 30 01:43 07:18 13:25 20:05

3.2 1.2 3.7 0.3

Thu 31 02:33 08:00 14:05 20:52

3.1 1.4 3.6 0.4

Ucluelet Tide Table - November 2019

Fri 1 03:24 08:45 14:49 21:41

3 1.6 3.4 0.6

Sat 2 04:22 09:38 15:38 22:37

2.8 1.8 3.1 0.9

Sun 3 05:29 10:45 16:37 23:42

2.7 1.9 2.9 1

Mon 4 06:43 12:13 17:53 n/a

2.7 1.9 2.7 n/a

Tue 5 00:52 07:50 13:37 19:15

1.2 2.7 1.9 2.7

Wed 6 01:55 08:42 14:41 20:25

1.2 2.8 1.7 2.7

Thu 7 02:47 09:22 15:29 21:22

1.2 2.9 1.5 2.7

Fri 8 03:29 09:54 16:09 22:09

1.2 3 1.3 2.8

Sat 9 04:05 10:23 16:44 22:51

1.2 3.2 1.1 2.9

Sun 10 04:39 10:50 17:18 23:31

1.3 3.3 0.9 2.9

Mon 11 05:11 11:19 17:52 n/a

1.3 3.4 0.7 n/a

Tue 12 00:10 05:44 11:48 18:27

3 1.4 3.5 0.6

Wed 13 00:49 06:17 12:19 19:03

3 1.5 3.5 0.5

Thu 14 01:29 06:52 12:53 19:41

3 1.6 3.5 0.5

Fri 15 02:11 07:29 13:30 20:22

2.9 1.6 3.5 0.5

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Long Beach Surf Shop

2060 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2700

Email: info@longbeachsurfshop.com

www.longbeachsurfshop.com

Friendly neighborhood surf shop. Full

range of surf products from value conscious

to unique hand crafted surfboards.

Relic Surf Shop

1998 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.4421

Email: Info@relicsurfshop.com

www.relicsurfshop.com

Surf rentals, surf lessons, school & camps. Come

see the difference a great local surf shop, amazing

prices & friendly service make! Open all year round.

Ucluelet Liquor Store

1786 Peninsula Road, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2579

www.uclueletliquorstore.ca

We carry the largest variety of Island

wineries and craft breweries on

the West Coast.

Open 9am - 11pm daily.

Accommodations

Horizons West B&B

364 Marine Drive, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2271

Email: info@horizons-west.com

www.horizons-west.com

Private oceanfront guest rooms with

incredible views. Walking distance to

amenities & the Wild Pacific Trail.

SurfsInn Guesthouse and Rainforest Cabins

1874 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.4426

Email: Surfsinn@hotmail.com

www.surfsinn.ca

Your home away from home. Great for surf

& yoga groups, families or just for you to

come & chill out! Book your time away now.

Howlers Family Restaurant & Amusements

1992 Peninsula Road, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.726.2211

Open 7 days a week until midnight.

Breakfast, Burgers, Seafood &

Vegetarian, Sports Bar, licensed, 5 pin

Bowling Alley, Arcade Games, Pool

Tables, Kids Hang-Out Area, Store

Floathouse Patio and Grill

200 Hemlock Street, Ucluelet

Down at the Boat Basin

Phone: 250.726.2411

Best patio on the coast. Enjoy BBQ and

seafood from the water while the sun

sets over the marina.

Solidarity Snacks

313 Forbes Rd. Ucluelet

Phone: 250-522-1217

www.solidaritysnacks.com

Deli, Lunch & Catering.

Eat Here or We'll Both Starve.

The Foggy Bean Coffee Company

Coffee Bar and Coffee Roastery

1601 Peninsula Road, Unit C

Phone 250-726.7278

Email: info@thefoggybean.com

Cozy coffee bar features our locally

roasted coffee, delicious baked goods,

bread, gorgeous water & mountain view.

Tours and Guides

Beachcomber Ocean Tours

Phone: 250.726.3444

wildedgewhales.com

contact@wildedgewhales.com

Visit Barkley Sound’s wildlife aboard our

heated, washroom equipped, 12 passenger

high speed crew boat. Custom tours,

Family sport fishing, kayak transport.

Majestic Ocean Kayaking

1167 Helen Road at Marine Dr., Ucluelet

Phone: 1.800.889.7644 / 250.726.2868

Email: majestic@oceankayaking.com

www.oceankayaking.com

23 years Leading Kayak tours. Day trips,

multi-day/camping trips, lessons, custom

kayaking experiences, sales & more...

Endlessride

Surf Lessons & Stand Up Paddle Tours

250.726.5020

Email: jay@endlessride.ca

Learn to surf in 2 hours: Lessons

available in groups or in private. SUP

tours include ocean & lake adventures

in the heart our beautiful environment.

Trades

Sea Wind Electric

Commercial / Residential Electrician

Licensed Contractor

Phone: 250-726-3790

Email: code.k@hotmail.com

Health & Wellness

EndlessFitness

Private Trainer/Fitness Classes/Yoga

Phone: 250.726.5134

Email: surfergirl@endlessride.ca

Personal training in a safe, interesting

& motivating environment. Detailed

fitness assessment, Customized personal

training programs to individual goals.

Naomi Joy Furst, RMT

243C Main Street, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.266.2277

Email: njoyfurstrmt@yahoo.com

Registered Massage Therapy

Deep Tissue, Rehab, STRtm

Trigger Point, Prenatal

Craniosacral Therapy.

Pacific Rim Chiropractic

Dr. Ron Norman HBSc, BSc(Hons), MSc, DC

#11 - 1636 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet

381 Main Street, Tofino

Book: pacificrimchiropractic.janeapp.com

Phone: 250.726.2220

Email: info@pacificrimchiropractic.com

www.pacificrimchiropractic.com

Wild Roots Esthetics

1576 Imperial Lane, Ucluelet

Phone: 250.735.7354

Email: wildrootsesthetics@gmail.com

www.wildrootsesthetics.com

Facials, Massage, Manicure, Pedicure,

Gel Polish, Waxing, Lash Extensions,

Lash lifts and Lash Tints.

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Pineo Rd

Beaver Creek Rd

Pleasent Rd

Forrest Rd

Margaret St

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Compton Rd

Glenside St

Elizabeth St

Swanson St

Spencer St

David St

Arrowsmith Rd

Glenside Crescent

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Michigan Rd

Glenside Rd

Gordon Ave

Princess Rd

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1 Willowbrae - 1.4 km one way

2 Halfmoon Bay - 1.8 km one way incl. Willowbrea

3 Nuu-chah-nulth - 2.5 km one way

4 Shorepine Bog - 800 m loop

5 South Beach - 800 m one way

6 Rainforest A - 1 km loop

7 Rainforest B - 1 km loop

8 Combers Beach - 500 m one way

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Located 350m

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Photo: Beachcomber Ocean Tours


Illvis Freshly - Live in Ucluelet 2019

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SOUND CHECK

Illvis Freshly

Illvis Freshly headlined the music portion

of this years Ukee Days Festival. The boys

put on one hell of a show. We have linked

that performance here along with a couple

of their recent music video releases for your

enjoyment.

Illvis Freshly - Runaway Freight Train

(Official Music Video)

Illvis Freshly ft. Caleb Hart - Upside Down

(Official Music Video)

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Kurt Clayton was our featured Sound

Check artist in our Summer 2018 issue.

Here he is with his band "The Deadly

Few" performing some of their original songs at

this years Ukee Days Festival.

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Photo: Paul Freimuth

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Road o 2020

Sean Foerster

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We spent the majority of June and

July with Sean Foerster shooting

before and after work several times

a week. The footage will be featured in an

upcoming video part in partnership with

Tofino Surf Photography and West Barkley

Media releasing this Fall.

Here are some of the video clips and images

that didn't make it into the final cut. Keep an

eye out for the video which will be posted on

the Ukeedaze YouTube page. Make sure to

subscribe to our channel so you Don't miss

out on any of regularly updated content.

Photo: Paul Freimuth

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Coming soon

Sean Foerster documentary

in partnership with

West Barkley Media

and

Tofino Surf Photography

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With the arrival of Fall comes the

annual salmon spawn. These

amazing fish go through hell and

high water to make it back to the creeks

where they were born.

Here is some footage taken this year of

salmon trying to make it up a man-made

salmon ladder on Vancouver Island's

west coast.

The west coast of Vancouver island is

gorgeous and there is no better way

to see it than by air. That's why this

summer Ukeedaze staff photographer Paul

Freimuth purchased a drone and became a

licensed pilot.

This has allowed us to get different

perspectives of the landscape that surrounds

us. Here is a short video of the best drone

footage we were able to capture this

summer in the Tofino - Ucluelet region.

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Ukeedaze team rider Steve McInnes

skating Ukee bowl

2019 Tofino Canada Day Skateboard

Competition in memory of Jamie Collins

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Victoria's Corey Cawdell is a manny maestro

film and edit: Leo Graceffo

Joel Normand skating Port Alberni skate park

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Jensen Fisker, Photo: Paul Freimuth

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Media • Apparel ▯ Accessories

Team Rider

Simon Young

Photo: Paul Freimuth

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Ukeedaze products available at:

Emporium of Awesome

Island Backcountry

and other fine local retailers

or email info@ukeedaze.com

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