From the monthly archives:

June 2010

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NOAA boosts UW funding for ocean-science research

by Tim Flanagan on June 10, 2010

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Helicopter salvage pics at BitterEnd

by Tim Flanagan on June 10, 2010

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BP, oil agenda have left state, U.S. unprepared

by Tim Flanagan on June 10, 2010

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Leukemia Cup AquaQuest event is this Saturday

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

As I posted over at Navagear, urticaria I’ve decided to enter the powerboat event associated with this year’s Leukemia Cup sailing regatta here in Seattle. The powerboat event is called AquaQuest, and it sounds like a lot of fun. Here’s the official lowdown on the event from the AquaQuest website: Get a Clue and Make […]

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Coastal salmon fishing opens Saturday

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

Mark Yuasa has the story in his blog at the Seattle Times: There are plenty of fishing activities to choose in the days ahead, sales but all eyes will be on the Saturday opening of coastal salmon fishing. A predicted large early-chinook run to the Columbia River will fuel the ocean fisheries off Westport, women’s […]

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Mark Yuasa has the story in his blog at the Seattle Times: There are plenty of fishing activities to choose in the days ahead, sales but all eyes will be on the Saturday opening of coastal salmon fishing. A predicted large early-chinook run to the Columbia River will fuel the ocean fisheries off Westport, women’s […]

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Washington ranked seventh in boat sales

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

And BitterEnd’s Captain Richard Rodriguez is on the scene: [Photo courtesy BitterEnd.] Video from King 5: But the best coverage is at the San Juan Journal: A helicopter crashed Tuesday afternoon off Bell Island, pill between Crane Island and Shaw Island’s Broken Point. A couple — the pilot and passenger — were rescued by a […]

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Victoria Express Turns 20

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

And BitterEnd’s Captain Richard Rodriguez is on the scene: [Photo courtesy BitterEnd.] Video from King 5: But the best coverage is at the San Juan Journal: A helicopter crashed Tuesday afternoon off Bell Island, pill between Crane Island and Shaw Island’s Broken Point. A couple — the pilot and passenger — were rescued by a […]

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In Migael’s Wake | Saddlebag Island State Park

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

And BitterEnd’s Captain Richard Rodriguez is on the scene: [Photo courtesy BitterEnd.] Video from King 5: But the best coverage is at the San Juan Journal: A helicopter crashed Tuesday afternoon off Bell Island, pill between Crane Island and Shaw Island’s Broken Point. A couple — the pilot and passenger — were rescued by a […]

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Helicopter tow and salvage: Followup

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

And BitterEnd’s Captain Richard Rodriguez is on the scene: [Photo courtesy BitterEnd.] Video from King 5: But the best coverage is at the San Juan Journal: A helicopter crashed Tuesday afternoon off Bell Island, pill between Crane Island and Shaw Island’s Broken Point. A couple — the pilot and passenger — were rescued by a […]

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Whale Trail presents whale talk in West Seattle

by Tim Flanagan on June 9, 2010

And BitterEnd’s Captain Richard Rodriguez is on the scene: [Photo courtesy BitterEnd.] Video from King 5: But the best coverage is at the San Juan Journal: A helicopter crashed Tuesday afternoon off Bell Island, pill between Crane Island and Shaw Island’s Broken Point. A couple — the pilot and passenger — were rescued by a […]

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Helicopter crashes in water near Shaw Island

by Tim Flanagan on June 8, 2010

And BitterEnd’s Captain Richard Rodriguez is on the scene: [Photo courtesy BitterEnd.] Video from KING 5: There’s also video from KIRO 7. But the best coverage is at the San Juan Journal: A helicopter crashed Tuesday afternoon off Bell Island, viagra 60mg between Crane Island and Shaw Island’s Broken Point. A couple — the pilot […]

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Send Pacific Yachting your favorite cruising videos

by Tim Flanagan on June 8, 2010

This announcement appears in the Puget Sound Business Journal: Both locks at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle’s Ballard area will be closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday as part of a salmon project. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, no rx which operates the locks between Lake Union and Puget […]

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Ballard locks to close for five hours Wednesday

by Tim Flanagan on June 8, 2010

This announcement appears in the Puget Sound Business Journal: Both locks at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle’s Ballard area will be closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday as part of a salmon project. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, about it which operates the locks between Lake Union and Puget […]

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The Everett Herald has this item: [Eileen Hanson photo] A Washington State Ferry and a private boat check on a seaplane after it made an emergency landing between Mukilteo and Whidbey Island this afternoon. MUKILTEO – A small seaplane landed in the water this afternoon between here and Whidbey Island. Nobody was hurt when the […]

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The Everett Herald has this item: [Eileen Hanson photos] A Washington State Ferry and a private boat check on a seaplane after it made an emergency landing between Mukilteo and Whidbey Island this afternoon. MUKILTEO – A small seaplane landed in the water this afternoon between here and Whidbey Island. Nobody was hurt when the […]

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Lots of money to tie up a big cruise ship

by Tim Flanagan on June 6, 2010

David G. Sellars has the story in the Peninsula Daily News: [Holland America Lines’ 951-foot-long Zuiderdam is greeted by a Coast Guard patrol boat as the cruise ship enters Port Angeles Harbor on May 7. — Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News] SEVERAL READERS HAVE sent e-mails inquiring about the fees the Holland America Line […]

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Paul Dorpat has the story in the Seattle Times:

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