We caught up with Galen at his art studio near Wright Park in Tacoma. Galen grew up on the beach, and his studio is located on the property his father, Richard, owns. Luckily, Richard was around for this interview, so the two of them had lots to say about many different aspects of Salmon Beach’s history. They talk about some of the history behind cabins 64 and 69, and they talk about the Chicken Coop a bit as well. Equally as valuable, they both talk about some of the changes that they’ve experienced over many years at Salmon Beach.
Name: Galen and Richard Turner
Current Cabin: 64
Date of Interview: February 13, 2017
Interviewer: Kanchan Armstrong (Puget Sound)
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