Ian Terry / The Herald William Anderson stands on his 24-foot sailboat moored at the Port of Edmonds near Anthony’s Homeport on Thursday, June 16, 2016. Anderson’s customizations include a tiki umbrella, a small room on the stern made from plastic siding, colorful flags and a pin oak tree he salvaged from a Home Depot for $10. Photo taken on 06162016

Whimsy is what floats this man’s sailboat in Edmonds

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