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What’s the Deal With: The ‘Safe Return’ statue at Zuanich Point Park?

Bayside sculpture commemorates fishermen lost at sea

The "Safe Return" statue with the sun shining from the back.
"Safe Return" was installed on Memorial Day 1999 at Zuanich Point Park to commemorate local fishermen who had died or been lost at sea. The 16-foot-tall sculpture includes their names carved on red granite. Additional names have been added since it was installed. (Amy Kepferle/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
While walking dogs, flying kites or bringing kids to the playground at Squalicum Harbor’s Zuanich

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