The three-sided carving is located near the bridge at Maffeo Sutton Park. Each of the three sides has a different carved figure. Swy-A-Lana – the eldest son of the first man in (Snanimoch) Nanaimo. The Bear (Spa-ach) – represents food and clothing to Swy-A-Lana. The Eagle (Yuqh-will-la) represents Swy-A-Lana’s good luck protector and guardian. This carving was erected in Maffeo Sutton Park in honour of the visit from “Juan Sebastian De Elcano” commemorating the bicentennial of the Spanish expedition to Vancouver Island in 1791. The carving was completed in 1985 and was erected in Maffeo Sutton Park in 1991.