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Tall Ships find safe waters, many fans on Vashon

The Tall Ships arrived on Vashon last Wednesday, where a traditional gift exchange between Native Americans and a crew took place (see photo, top left).  Many, including Joel, Gabriella and their mother Kendra Feinstein (top right), gathered on beaches to watch the ships slowly depart from Quartermaster Harbor Thursday morning. Above, a traditional canoe carries Native Americans towards one of the Tall Ships. - Ray Pfortner photo
The Tall Ships arrived on Vashon last Wednesday, where a traditional gift exchange between Native Americans and a crew took place (see photo, top left). Many, including Joel, Gabriella and their mother Kendra Feinstein (top right), gathered on beaches to watch the ships slowly depart from Quartermaster Harbor Thursday morning. Above, a traditional canoe carries Native Americans towards one of the Tall Ships.
— image credit: Ray Pfortner photo

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