Here’s something you don’t see every day. Witches have devised a new mode of transport rather than the traditional broomstick, adapting the paddle board. This witch could be seen paddling around the area of Cook Beach and Dogwood Road on Halloween. (Photo submitted)

Here’s something you don’t see every day. Witches have devised a new mode of transport rather than the traditional broomstick, adapting the paddle board. This witch could be seen paddling around the area of Cook Beach and Dogwood Road on Halloween. (Photo submitted)

Which witch is which?

Witches were everywhere in Chemainus on Halloween, but this one used a unique mode of transporation

This is about as rare of a sighting as you’ll get, a witch on a paddleboard in the waters off Cook Beach in Chemainus. Eagle eye observers caught her making the rounds on Halloween. (Photo by Cheryl Cameron)

Here’s something you don’t see every day. Witches have devised a new mode of transport rather than the traditional broomstick, adapting the paddle board. This witch could be seen paddling around the area of Cook Beach and Dogwood Road on Halloween. (Photo submitted)

Witchy woman could be seen paddling around in the Chemainus area on Halloween. (Photo submitted)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Witches were everywhere in Chemainus on Halloween, but this one used a unique mode of transporation

Halloween

 

Witchy woman could be seen paddling around in the Chemainus area on Halloween. (Photo submitted)

Witchy woman could be seen paddling around in the Chemainus area on Halloween. (Photo submitted)