Donning his finest pirate gear, Ashton Krajeski waits aboard the Lady Washington with other passengers as they prepare to take a tour of the South Sound. The Grays Harbor-based ship is one of nearly two dozen invited to this weekend’s Festival of Sail Tacoma.
Donning his finest pirate gear, Ashton Krajeski waits aboard the Lady Washington with other passengers as they prepare to take a tour of the South Sound. The Grays Harbor-based ship is one of nearly two dozen invited to this weekend’s Festival of Sail Tacoma. Toni L. Bailey Olympian file photo, 2008
Donning his finest pirate gear, Ashton Krajeski waits aboard the Lady Washington with other passengers as they prepare to take a tour of the South Sound. The Grays Harbor-based ship is one of nearly two dozen invited to this weekend’s Festival of Sail Tacoma. Toni L. Bailey Olympian file photo, 2008

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