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Salmon on front stage at SeaFeast ’22

Thousands celebrate Bellingham's maritime heritage

Lummi Nation fish griller Willie Lane reacts with a guffaw as coworkers razz him for nearly setting off a domino-effect cascade of Chinook salmon skewers carefully balanced near a cooking fire at SeaFeast on Sept. 17.
Lummi Nation fish griller Willie Lane reacts with a guffaw as coworkers razz him for nearly setting off a domino-effect cascade of Chinook salmon skewers carefully balanced near a cooking fire at SeaFeast on Sept. 17. (Ron Judd/Cascadia Daily News)
Bellingham’s annual late-summer SeaFeast Festival is a celebration of the town’s maritime herita
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