March 12, 2024 Slideshows » Life + Outdoors

Perilous Plunge 2024 

Share on Facebook
Tweet
Submit to Reddit
Email
OF 16
PREV NEXT
Photo by Mark Larson
Perilous Plunge participants gathered in Eureka's Old Town at 10 a.m. on Saturday and then the Cal Poly Humboldt Marching Lumberjacks led them to the dock at the foot of F Street for their creative water dives into Humboldt Bay.
Photo by Mark Larson
The Perilous Plunge team (left to right) of Sarah Shenay Pichulo, Sadie Nilsen, Bobbie Spurlock and Jodie DiMinno were wearing identical swimsuits under their bath robes as they walked in the parade toward Humboldt Bay.
Photo by Mark Larson
The Redwood Capital Bank team celebrated the bank's anniversary with cake and candles as they headed for the Perilous Plunge.
Photo by Mark Larson
The Perilous Plunge 2024 award for Best Team Costume was awarded to the Redwood Coast Montessori Vixens and Dogs team (from left, Susann Goodman, Reilly McCoy, Michaele Whiteley and Terri Vroman Little).
Photo by Mark Larson
Perilous Plunge 2024 raised $22,000 as a fundraiser for the Redwood Discovery Museum, a nonprofit children's museum in Eureka.
Photo by Mark Larson
James (left) and Tim Holbrooks teamed up for Hubbards German Auto in Perilous Plunge 2024. They were followed in the parade by the J & G Lawn and Garden Gnomes team, which later was given the Rookie of the Year award.
Photo by Mark Larson
Last year's Perilous Plunge Rookie of the Year Cece 4 Real returned this year and won the Best Costume award (she was wearing the event's 2023 t-shirt).
Photo by Mark Larson
Cody Cattalini (right) of the J & G Lawn and Garden Gnomes team added a creative flip as he joined other team members in Perilous Plunge 2024.
Photo by Mark Larson
A dripping wet Kayla Fillman emerged from her plunge ahead of her Anything Random teammate Anthony Wennerholm in Perilous Plunge 2024.
Photo by Mark Larson
Spiderman (Ryan McHenry) joined other team members from the Redwood Community Health Center in their Perilous Plunge 2024.
Photo by Mark Larson
The Perilous Plunge water entry for Tim (left) and James Holbrooks of the Hubbards German Auto team began with huge leaps from the dock.
Photo by Mark Larson
A large crowd gathered at the foot of F Street to watch Perilous Plunge participants, including the Redwood Capital Bank team Piece of Cake, winners of Best Team Jump, marching down the ramp and onto the dock before entering Humboldt Bay.
Photo by Mark Larson
The Redwood Capital Bank team paused for a group cheer on the dock at the foot of F Street before they entered Humboldt Bay in Perilous Plunge 2024.
Photo by Mark Larson
Stephanie Carter, executive director of the Redwood Discovery Museum, celebrated by making the last Perilous Plunge of the day.
Photo by Mark Larson
Refreshments and a soak in a portable hot tub helped Perilous Plunge participants ward off any hypothermia symptoms at the end of the event.
Photo by Mark Larson
As Perilous Plunge 2024 came to an end, the Cal Poly Humboldt Marching Lumberjacks provided a concert at the foot of F Street.
1/16
Photo by Mark Larson
Perilous Plunge participants gathered in Eureka's Old Town at 10 a.m. on Saturday and then the Cal Poly Humboldt Marching Lumberjacks led them to the dock at the foot of F Street for their creative water dives into Humboldt Bay.

Related Stories

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

© 2024 North Coast Journal

Website powered by Foundation