Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018

Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018

Dozens of canoe families arrived on the shores of the Suquamish on Wednesday afternoon as part of the annual Tribal Journey. After requesting permission to land, they were treated to a night of sharing songs, dances and meals at the House of Awakened Culture. On Thursday, the canoe pullers returned to the sea and continued their journey to Puyallup.

Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018
Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018
Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018
Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018

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