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A good day to sunbathe -- if you're a seal

  • A juvenile harbor seal rests on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon.

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    A juvenile harbor seal rests on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon.

  • @Standalone photo headline Minion italic 36:Visitors meet in Mukilteo 
Luke Stewart and his in-laws' dog, Trudy, check out the juvenile harbor seal re...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    @Standalone photo headline Minion italic 36:Visitors meet in Mukilteo Luke Stewart and his in-laws' dog, Trudy, check out the juvenile harbor seal resting near driftwood on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon. Stewart is in town visiting his in-laws from Denver and happened upon the seal. The Seal Sitters placed yellow caution tape around the seal to keep people from getting too close.

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  • A juvenile harbor seal rests on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon.

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    A juvenile harbor seal rests on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon.

  • @Standalone photo headline Minion italic 36:Visitors meet in Mukilteo 
Luke Stewart and his in-laws' dog, Trudy, check out the juvenile harbor seal re...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    @Standalone photo headline Minion italic 36:Visitors meet in Mukilteo Luke Stewart and his in-laws' dog, Trudy, check out the juvenile harbor seal resting near driftwood on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon. Stewart is in town visiting his in-laws from Denver and happened upon the seal. The Seal Sitters placed yellow caution tape around the seal to keep people from getting too close.

Luke Stewart and his in-laws' dog, Trudy, check out the juvenile harbor seal resting near driftwood on the beach south of the lighthouse and ferry dock in Mukilteo on Thursday afternoon. Stewart is in town visiting his in-laws from Denver and happened upon the seal. The Seal Sitters placed yellow caution tape around the seal to keep people from getting too close.
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