The Robert Dennis Tribe plaque is both a memorial and a warning. Robert Tribe died jumping off of Siwash Rock during low tide. His friends had this plaque installed to warn others of the danger of jumping off of Siwash rock.
The plaque says:
In memory of
Robert Dennis Tribe
Age 17, of North Vancouver, B.C. who at 3:15 p.m. Sunday, June 5, 1966 failed to notice it was low tide and dived to his death from Siwash Rock to the rocks below.
This plaque erected by Bob's friends as a reminder to the danger of diving from Siwash Rock.
This Robert Dennis Tribe Plaque in Stanley Park is located on on the Stanley Park Seawall at Siwash Rock.
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