Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News

Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Pullers arrive at Jamestown amid Paddle to Puyallup

Members of the Mowachaht Tribe’s canoe family arrive in Jamestown during the Power Paddle to Puyallup on Sunday.

They were in one of 24 canoes to land in Jamestown, which is one of several stops as tribes make their way to Puyallup.

Canoes are expected to land in Port Townsend today.

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