One-year-old Lennon Blankenship gets a look at the undersea life on display Saturday as she tours the Estuarium in downtown Olympia with her mom, Mariah Blankenshi, left, of Lacey, and aunt, Shannon DeBacker of Bellingham, during the Turn of the Tides Festival.
One-year-old Lennon Blankenship gets a look at the undersea life on display Saturday as she tours the Estuarium in downtown Olympia with her mom, Mariah Blankenshi, left, of Lacey, and aunt, Shannon DeBacker of Bellingham, during the Turn of the Tides Festival. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
One-year-old Lennon Blankenship gets a look at the undersea life on display Saturday as she tours the Estuarium in downtown Olympia with her mom, Mariah Blankenshi, left, of Lacey, and aunt, Shannon DeBacker of Bellingham, during the Turn of the Tides Festival. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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