From the monthly archives:

May 2010

Historic ferry Olympic: the rest of the story

by Tim Flanagan on May 30, 2010

Marty McOmber has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photo courtesy of Randy Beveridge and Juanita Jones of Flash in the Pan Photography, anorexia Victoria B.C. The boat Amazing Grace sails in last year’s Swiftsure.] If you notice that there aren’t a lot of racing sailboats around Puget Sound this holiday weekend, cialis there is […]

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Marty McOmber has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photo courtesy of Randy Beveridge and Juanita Jones of Flash in the Pan Photography, anorexia Victoria B.C. The boat Amazing Grace sails in last year’s Swiftsure.] If you notice that there aren’t a lot of racing sailboats around Puget Sound this holiday weekend, cialis there is […]

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Beach naturalists at local beaches for low tide

by Tim Flanagan on May 28, 2010

Marty McOmber has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photo courtesy of Randy Beveridge and Juanita Jones of Flash in the Pan Photography, anorexia Victoria B.C. The boat Amazing Grace sails in last year’s Swiftsure.] If you notice that there aren’t a lot of racing sailboats around Puget Sound this holiday weekend, cialis there is […]

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Swiftsure races toward a greener future

by Tim Flanagan on May 28, 2010

Marty McOmber has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photo courtesy of Randy Beveridge and Juanita Jones of Flash in the Pan Photography, anorexia Victoria B.C. The boat Amazing Grace sails in last year’s Swiftsure.] If you notice that there aren’t a lot of racing sailboats around Puget Sound this holiday weekend, cialis there is […]

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Paige Dickerson has the story in the Peninsula Daily News: [Jack Harmon and his wife, viagra 60mg Terri, look off of the bow of the Victoria Express II, parked next to its sister craft, the original Victoria Express, docked in Port Angeles. — Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News] PORT ANGELES — To celebrate Victoria […]

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This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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Orcas Depart Inner Waters of Kitsap

by Tim Flanagan on May 27, 2010

This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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Gray whale spotted in Puget Sound

by Tim Flanagan on May 27, 2010

This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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This article is posted over at Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife: Anglers are reeling in halibut from the ocean, more about sturgeon from the Columbia River and trout from lakes throughout the state. In the next few weeks, they’ll also be able to catch salmon off the coast and trout from dozens of rivers […]

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Northwest Tugboats: On Water, In Song

by Tim Flanagan on May 27, 2010

Steve Scher has this story at KUOW: Tugboats helped launch Seattle’s maritime economy, thumb and still matter today. The plucky boats inspire longing and desire. Northwest Folklife is sponsoring a tugboat stage this year, prostate and sent out a call for tugboat songs. Northwest songwriters responded. Today we’ll hear the music of the tugboat and […]

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Jeff Chew has the story in the Peninsula Daily News: The Chilkat Express, capsule now for sale in Alaska. PORT TOWNSEND — Port of Port Townsend commissioners heard overwhelming support Wednesday for the port’s proposal to provide round-trip passenger ferry service from Port Townsend to Seattle. "I think it’s an outstanding idea, artificial " said […]

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Dolphins, sea lions going on guard at Bangor base

by Tim Flanagan on May 27, 2010

The Kitsap Sun’s ED FRIEDRICH has this story in the Seattle Times: BREMERTON, viagra 60mg Wash. — The Navy is keeping quiet about the Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions that will guard Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor’s shoreline, heart except to say they’ll arrive sometime this year. The dolphins and sea lions are the stars […]

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Shilshole Bay Marina Open House Weekend is June 5/6

by Tim Flanagan on May 26, 2010

Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: The distinctive steel cone of the Museum of Glass rises up next to Dock Street Marina. To the left is Albers Mill, sales a 1904 former cereal mill that’s been converted into loft apartments and a street-level gallery.] Editor’s note: […]

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Transient orcas visit Bremerton, Silverdale

by Tim Flanagan on May 26, 2010

Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: The distinctive steel cone of the Museum of Glass rises up next to Dock Street Marina. To the left is Albers Mill, sales a 1904 former cereal mill that’s been converted into loft apartments and a street-level gallery.] Editor’s note: […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: The distinctive steel cone of the Museum of Glass rises up next to Dock Street Marina. To the left is Albers Mill, sales a 1904 former cereal mill that’s been converted into loft apartments and a street-level gallery.] Editor’s note: […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: The distinctive steel cone of the Museum of Glass rises up next to Dock Street Marina. To the left is Albers Mill, sales a 1904 former cereal mill that’s been converted into loft apartments and a street-level gallery.] Editor’s note: […]

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Three Sheets featured marina: Dock Street

by Tim Flanagan on May 26, 2010

Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: The distinctive steel cone of the Museum of Glass rises up next to Dock Street Marina. To the left is Albers Mill, sales a 1904 former cereal mill that’s been converted into loft apartments and a street-level gallery.] Editor’s note: […]

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