From the monthly archives:

June 2010

Things that work: Goo Gone All Natural Grill Cleaner

by Tim Flanagan on June 17, 2010

Livia Gilstrap has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photos courtesy of Tourism Victoria: Victoria’s Inner Harbour, viagra dosage flanked by British Columbia’s Parliament Buildings and the grand Empress hotel, salve is a great cruising destination offering plenty to do.] With public docks in the heart of a thriving downtown, pills Victoria, B.C. is an […]

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Livia Gilstrap has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photos courtesy of Tourism Victoria: Victoria’s Inner Harbour, viagra dosage flanked by British Columbia’s Parliament Buildings and the grand Empress hotel, salve is a great cruising destination offering plenty to do.] With public docks in the heart of a thriving downtown, pills Victoria, B.C. is an […]

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Livia Gilstrap has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photos courtesy of Tourism Victoria: Victoria’s Inner Harbour, viagra dosage flanked by British Columbia’s Parliament Buildings and the grand Empress hotel, salve is a great cruising destination offering plenty to do.] With public docks in the heart of a thriving downtown, pills Victoria, B.C. is an […]

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Leukemia Cup/AquaQuest wrap up

by Tim Flanagan on June 16, 2010

Hundreds [including the crew of Two Lucky Fish. —Tim] took to the water on June 12th on Elliott Bay and Lake Union for The Leukemia Cup Regatta and AquaQuest, pilule raising more than $125, prostate 000 for blood cancer research and patient services. SEATTLE – Hundreds of people took to the water on Saturday June […]

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The Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee has this item at their Coastal Currents blog: About 15 of us showed up at Seal Rock State Park to be trained by two of the top experts in the Olympia Oyster in the state. Brady Blake, resuscitation Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, recuperation and Betsy Peabody, Puget […]

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Olympia Oyster Training – Fun day on the beach!

by Tim Flanagan on June 16, 2010

The Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee has this item at their Coastal Currents blog: About 15 of us showed up at Seal Rock State Park to be trained by two of the top experts in the Olympia Oyster in the state. Brady Blake, resuscitation Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, recuperation and Betsy Peabody, Puget […]

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Paddling with a purpose

by Tim Flanagan on June 15, 2010

Rachel Benbrook has this story in Wavelength Magazine: Along the beaches and bays of North Puget Sound a special group of sea kayakers is navigating local waters to gather valuable data in a program helping to building connections between scientists and citizens. The end result is helping researchers tap into a vast and knowledgeable volunteer […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: Classic wooden powerboats will be on display at Bell Harbor Marina in Seattle this weekend.] The vintage yachts that will gather on Seatttle’s waterfront for the Bell Street Pier Classic Rendezvous this weekend are not just lovely to look at […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Marty McOmber | Three Sheets Northwest: Classic wooden powerboats will be on display at Bell Harbor Marina in Seattle this weekend.] The vintage yachts that will gather on Seatttle’s waterfront for the Bell Street Pier Classic Rendezvous this weekend are not just lovely to look at […]

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Tom Callis has this story in the Peninsula Daily News: PORT ANGELES — The theme of the meeting was how the remaining structures on the Rayonier’s former mill site can influence the cleanup of Puget Sound. But the Thursday meeting was not another information session held by Port Angeles city staff to explain how they […]

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Tom Callis has this story in the Peninsula Daily News: PORT ANGELES — The theme of the meeting was how the remaining structures on the Rayonier’s former mill site can influence the cleanup of Puget Sound. But the Thursday meeting was not another information session held by Port Angeles city staff to explain how they […]

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Group makes its case for clean Rayonier mill site

by Tim Flanagan on June 14, 2010

Tom Callis has this story in the Peninsula Daily News: PORT ANGELES — The theme of the meeting was how the remaining structures on the Rayonier’s former mill site can influence the cleanup of Puget Sound. But the Thursday meeting was not another information session held by Port Angeles city staff to explain how they […]

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Dean Rutz has this article in the Seattle Times:

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Todd: Shipbuilder to the Washington State Ferries

by Tim Flanagan on June 13, 2010

Dean Rutz has this article in the Seattle Times:

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Leukemia Cup AquaQuest event today!

by Tim Flanagan on June 12, 2010

Kiera and I are all signed up for the event. Official start time is noon. Here’s the registration dock, order by the Lake Union Dry Stack marina. Nice day out here on the lake. We’re trying to find the committee boat, but we’re about half an hour early. We’ve spotted the committee boat. Kiera and […]

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Les Blumenthal has the story in the Bellingham Herald: WASHINGTON – Eleven years to the day after three people were killed in a pipeline explosion in Bellingham, order a federal regulator and a union official told a congressional subcommittee Thursday, public health June 10, that the oil and gas industry still has a troubling record […]

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Tesoro refinery to stay closed through Sept.

by Tim Flanagan on June 11, 2010

Drew DeSilver has this story in the Seattle Times: Todd Shipyards on Thursday reported sharply higher sales and profit for fiscal 2010, abortion mainly due to increased government work. The Seattle-based shipbuilding and repair company earned $7.8 million, or $1.35 per share, in the fiscal year ended March 28. That’s 63 percent more than the […]

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New orca calf for Puget Sound’s K pod

by Tim Flanagan on June 10, 2010

Drew DeSilver has this story in the Seattle Times: Todd Shipyards on Thursday reported sharply higher sales and profit for fiscal 2010, abortion mainly due to increased government work. The Seattle-based shipbuilding and repair company earned $7.8 million, or $1.35 per share, in the fiscal year ended March 28. That’s 63 percent more than the […]

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Todd Shipyards reports higher sales, profit

by Tim Flanagan on June 10, 2010

Drew DeSilver has this story in the Seattle Times: Todd Shipyards on Thursday reported sharply higher sales and profit for fiscal 2010, abortion mainly due to increased government work. The Seattle-based shipbuilding and repair company earned $7.8 million, or $1.35 per share, in the fiscal year ended March 28. That’s 63 percent more than the […]

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