Smoke Break #898: How To Propose To Your Girlfriend Like A Total Boss (Seen In Tofino)

We bumped into this set up on Long beach yesterday. Word around Tofino is that a local cook named Peter (Shelter) and his buddy Ricky (SOBO) spent some 15-20 hours building the thing. Note that some of the logs are over 15 feet high, the Y is a single piece, and the loops in the R’s are made out of bull kelp. At the base of each letter were candles, and in front of the whole was a table set with dinner on white linen. Because it’s inset from the beach backing up against the forest, you would nerver notice it until you were behind it reading the letters from the table. The girl, named Rosalyn, said yes. Bonus: it was her birthday. Good times. 


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  1. that is the way to start a Monday morning, good work scout! less of the political messages and more of the human spirit, they can be different and the same but the balance doesnt have tilt toward the bleak

  2. Her name is spelled “Roslyn”. The wedding looks like it’s going to be just as awesome as the proposal if not more!

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