The rigging on the Lady Washington tall ship
Folks enjoying the evening sail of the Lady Washington out of Olympia, WA
Crew member climbing the ropes on board the Lady Washington
A sailboat sails right up to our ship
A tugboat in Budd Inlet for Harbor Days festivities
The view of Mt Rainier from Budd Inlet, Olympia, WA
The sister ship - The Hawaiian Chieftain also visiting for Harbor Days. Home port for both ships is Grays Harbor, Washington
Rope and Pully on the Lady Washington
The Hawaiian Chieftain was sailing along side of us.
Vintage Monochrome of the Hawaiian Chieftain - would make a great postcard.
Crew members on the Lady Washington
The crew members on the Lady Washington sing us some sea shanties.
Rigging and sails on the Lady Washington
Another shot of the Hawaiian Chieftain as she sails away from us.
One of the cannons mounted on the Lady Washington with the Hawaiian Chieftain in the background
Crew member getting ready to fire the cannon.
A maze of ropes and pullies as you look up into the sails of the Lady Washington.
Happy crew members of the Lady Washington
Crew members wear climbing harnesses when climbing the ropes of the Lady Washington
Securing the sails after our evening sail.
The first mate gives the orders to get the right ropes pulled and secured.
As the sun sets, it's time to secure the sails.
Decending the ropes after securing the sails for the evening.