Makah Days 2012

The Makah Nation held their 88th annual Makah Days celebration this past weekend. The festivities, which kicked off with fireworks on Friday, included war canoe races and a salmon bake, as well as traditional dancing and an assortment of other activities. Karissa and I rolled into town shortly after the parade had passed through, so the streets were covered in candy - which all the kids were collecting. There weren't any waves and a strong onshore wind, so we decided to take a trip through town.

Dirty Birdy.

War Canoes.

Salmon and Cedar.

Stoke Douche.

Single Size.

Spruce Root.

Trade and Tradition.

Cedar Weave.

Camped Out.

Click here to learn more about Makah Days.

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