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Locals find community, connection in open-water swimming

Group swims in Bellingham Bay to become happier, healthier

An aerial view of Kim Brown and Caroline Dietzgen swim near a patch of seaweed off the shore of Marine Park.
Kim Brown and Caroline Dietzgen swim near a patch of seaweed off the shore of Marine Park in Bellingham on Friday, June 30. The pair are part of The Royal Order of Amazing Swimmers and Bobbers, a local open-water swim group. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Andrew Foster News Intern
Six days a week, The Royal Order of Amazing Swimmers and Bobbers get together at Marine Park for bak
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