A canoe family from the Makah Tribe arrives to the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s reservation Sunday during the Paddle to Lummi. Canoes are expected to make their way to Jamestown on Tuesday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

A canoe family from the Makah Tribe arrives to the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s reservation Sunday during the Paddle to Lummi. Canoes are expected to make their way to Jamestown on Tuesday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Tribes come ashore at Lower Elwha Klallam site in Paddle to Lummi

First time since 2005; next stops are Jamestown on Tuesday, Port Townsend on Wednesday

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