Attached to the top of the sign is a blue wave, referring to the surfer-friendly waves encountered on the Jordan River waterfront. Under the “Welcome to Jordan River” you see the name diitiida which refers to a large Pacheedaht village that once was located at the mouth of the Jordan River.
This first photo features Murray Tomkins and OPSRRA vice president Cheryl Wirch-Ryckman looking on as three friendly fellows from Totangi and Jordan River Gravel—Chris, Kale, and Billy—hoist a sign into position. This sign is at the northern boundary of Jordan River.
Below is a photo of OPSRRA vice president Cheryl Wirch-Ryckman standing in front of the new sign at the Jordan River – Shirley boundary.
Here are a few more photos of the sign raising.