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Tall ships invade Kirkland’s harbor

Sophia McCloy, the engineer for the Lady Washington, directs the attention of students from the Buena Vista Seventh Day Adventist School from Auburn. The tall ship was in Kirkland for a week, taking sightseers around Lake Washington and even performing a battle on “the high seas” with another tall ship, The Hawaiian Chieftain.  - TJ Martinell, Kirkland Reporter
Sophia McCloy, the engineer for the Lady Washington, directs the attention of students from the Buena Vista Seventh Day Adventist School from Auburn. The tall ship was in Kirkland for a week, taking sightseers around Lake Washington and even performing a battle on “the high seas” with another tall ship, The Hawaiian Chieftain.
— image credit: TJ Martinell, Kirkland Reporter

Sophia McCloy, the engineer for the Lady Washington, directs the attention of students from the Buena Vista Seventh Day Adventist School from Auburn. The tall ship was in Kirkland for a week, taking sightseers around Lake Washington and even performing a battle on “the high seas” with another tall ship, The Hawaiian Chieftain.

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