Wanda Fuca

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Wanda Fuca authors our "Roundabout" column. Hir background is quite diverse. They washed up in Port Townsend in the late 70s, as part of the Wooden Boat Festival. They can be found most sunny days at the Pourhouse, listening and sharing town gossip.

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