DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD 
Lydia Rush, left, of Poulsbo, was one of the vendors at the glass float show at the Westport Maritime Museum Saturday. Rush displayed the floats she’s collected over the years, mostly during her time living in Japan. Here she talks with a family that had just returned from the beach cleanup and glass float search that ran along with the show. Vendors had floats of all shapes and sizes for sale and were available to appraise floats brought to the show, including some found by beach cleanup volunteers that day.

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD Lydia Rush, left, of Poulsbo, was one of the vendors at the glass float show at the Westport Maritime Museum Saturday. Rush displayed the floats she’s collected over the years, mostly during her time living in Japan. Here she talks with a family that had just returned from the beach cleanup and glass float search that ran along with the show. Vendors had floats of all shapes and sizes for sale and were available to appraise floats brought to the show, including some found by beach cleanup volunteers that day.

Glass float show draws enthusiasts to Westport

Lydia Rush, left, of Poulsbo, was one of the vendors at the glass float show at the Westport Maritime Museum Saturday. Rush displayed the floats she’s collected over the years, mostly during her time living in Japan. Here she talks with a family that had just returned from the beach cleanup and glass float search that ran along with the show. Vendors had floats of all shapes and sizes for sale and were available to appraise floats brought to the show, including some found by beach cleanup volunteers that day.