Sharing local historical stories and facts and armed with a megaphone, Carla Wulfsberg, public history manager for the Olympia Tumwater Foundation, left, stops briefly across the pedestrian bridge that spans the Deschutes River at Tumwater Falls Park on Sept. 4 while conducting a Riverwalk Tour. Take one Thursday with the Olympia Tumwater Foundation.
Sharing local historical stories and facts and armed with a megaphone, Carla Wulfsberg, public history manager for the Olympia Tumwater Foundation, left, stops briefly across the pedestrian bridge that spans the Deschutes River at Tumwater Falls Park on Sept. 4 while conducting a Riverwalk Tour. Take one Thursday with the Olympia Tumwater Foundation. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Sharing local historical stories and facts and armed with a megaphone, Carla Wulfsberg, public history manager for the Olympia Tumwater Foundation, left, stops briefly across the pedestrian bridge that spans the Deschutes River at Tumwater Falls Park on Sept. 4 while conducting a Riverwalk Tour. Take one Thursday with the Olympia Tumwater Foundation. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

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