Logan Kaufman, co-owner of Adventures Underground, recently started a monthly publication called Tumbleweird that is available at his Richland business, other spots around the Tri-Cities and online. The publication has a wide selection of stories, cartoons and photos. Kaufman says his long term goal is to see it become a weekly publication.
Logan Kaufman, co-owner of Adventures Underground, recently started a monthly publication called Tumbleweird that is available at his Richland business, other spots around the Tri-Cities and online. The publication has a wide selection of stories, cartoons and photos. Kaufman says his long term goal is to see it become a weekly publication. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Logan Kaufman, co-owner of Adventures Underground, recently started a monthly publication called Tumbleweird that is available at his Richland business, other spots around the Tri-Cities and online. The publication has a wide selection of stories, cartoons and photos. Kaufman says his long term goal is to see it become a weekly publication. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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