In the heart of Port Renfrew lies a coastal gem renowned for its marine wonders and lush landscapes—the picturesque Botanical Beach. This idyllic setting recently played host to a remarkable team-building day for the Indigenous Perspectives Society, where team members basked in the sunshine and embarked on a thrilling photo-scavenger hunt.
Nestled on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, Botanical Beach is famed for its tidal pools teeming with vibrant marine life and its magnificent shoreline, providing a perfect canvas for team bonding and exploration. The Indigenous Perspectives Society found solace in the arms of nature, resonating deeply with their commitment to honor and share Indigenous perspectives.
The team arrived at Botanical Beach with a sense of excitement and anticipation. The day began with a warm welcome and an acknowledgment of the land’s Indigenous heritage, setting the stage for a day filled with unity, camaraderie, and adventure.
After an initial gathering and overview of the day’s events, the team split into groups for the photo-scavenger hunt. Armed with cameras and a list of clues, they set out to uncover the treasures scattered along the coastline. This activity was more than a game—it was an avenue for the team to collaborate, strategize, and communicate effectively.
As the sun began to set, the team gathered around, eager for the next adventure. The atmosphere was buzzing with excitement and friendly competition. Kai’a Hill, with her creative prowess, had curated a series of questions and challenges that not only tested their knowledge but also sparked laughter and good-natured banter.
The game, inspired by the beloved TV show Family Feud, was a unique way for the team to engage in healthy competition while reinforcing the sense of family and togetherness within the group. It was a testament to Kai’a’s thoughtfulness and commitment to making this team-building day truly exceptional.