John London, 16, sands down a patch of fiber glass on an orca that Homeport Learning Center repaired in 2011. The life-size orca mannequin used to stand outside Nicki's Restaurant in Squalicum Harbor and now has a new home on Orcas Island outside the office of Outer Island Excursions and Orcas W.I.L.D.
John London, 16, sands down a patch of fiber glass on an orca that Homeport Learning Center repaired in 2011. The life-size orca mannequin used to stand outside Nicki's Restaurant in Squalicum Harbor and now has a new home on Orcas Island outside the office of Outer Island Excursions and Orcas W.I.L.D. The Bellingham Herald file Staff
John London, 16, sands down a patch of fiber glass on an orca that Homeport Learning Center repaired in 2011. The life-size orca mannequin used to stand outside Nicki's Restaurant in Squalicum Harbor and now has a new home on Orcas Island outside the office of Outer Island Excursions and Orcas W.I.L.D. The Bellingham Herald file Staff

Squalicum Harbor used to have a life-size orca mannequin. Here's what happened to it.

April 29, 2018 08:00 AM