Zachary Stocks is the Program Development Officer for Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, home to the Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain. And my co-host this week, Cheryl Jones, spent a week volunteering on the Lady Washington 15 years ago. So we get some good “then and now” storytelling about the ship.
In this episode:
- The story of the original Lady Washington as the first merchant ship on America’s west coast, traveling between the US and Asia.
- Where you’ve see the Lady Washington on TV and in movies.
- How you can get involved as a short or long term volunteer and the training they provide.
- What the heck are “funnies”?
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Cheryl’s Lady Washington Pictures
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