Simple pleasures, like finding a crab on Sunnyside Beach in Steilacoom, draw a reaction from Done Carroll and her daughters Kyla, 4, and Taylor, 10, on Aug. 1. Carroll traveled to Steilacoom from Sumner to enjoy the warm weather, placid waters and unhurried atmosphere. “It’s not as crowded here,” Carroll said. “If we were at Point Defiance today, it would have been ridiculous.”
Simple pleasures, like finding a crab on Sunnyside Beach in Steilacoom, draw a reaction from Done Carroll and her daughters Kyla, 4, and Taylor, 10, on Aug. 1. Carroll traveled to Steilacoom from Sumner to enjoy the warm weather, placid waters and unhurried atmosphere. “It’s not as crowded here,” Carroll said. “If we were at Point Defiance today, it would have been ridiculous.” Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Simple pleasures, like finding a crab on Sunnyside Beach in Steilacoom, draw a reaction from Done Carroll and her daughters Kyla, 4, and Taylor, 10, on Aug. 1. Carroll traveled to Steilacoom from Sumner to enjoy the warm weather, placid waters and unhurried atmosphere. “It’s not as crowded here,” Carroll said. “If we were at Point Defiance today, it would have been ridiculous.” Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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