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The Lost Wreck of the Isis

Ballard, Robert D.

ISBN/ISSN: 0590438522
Library of Congress: 89-070280
Category: Underwater Archaeology
Keywords: Isis
Comments: Juvenile; illustrated
Size: 9″ x 11.5″
Pages: 63
Editions: The first edition was published by Scholastic/Madison Press, New York City (1990) in hardback with a dust jacket. 62 more words

Underwater Archaeology

Mysteries of the Ancient Seafarers

Ballard, Robert D. and Toni Eugene

ISBN/ISSN: 0792258452
Library of Congress: 2003056163
Category: Underwater Archaeology
Comments: Illustrated
Size: 9.5″ x 11″
Pages: 256
Editions: The first edition was published by the National Geographic Society, Washington, DC (2004) in hardback with a dust jacket. 17 more words

Underwater Archaeology

Brunch at the Fat Hen

I really wanted to try their baked egg skillets after looking at all the mouthwatering pictures on Yelp, so we came by one sunday to check it out. 348 more words


Paul John Ballard's stunning work at bgallery



Born in London, 1960. After a short spell in the army, Paul studied for a City and Guilds in electrical engineering, then spent 12 years in the construction industry. 67 more words

Street finds

Hey folks, today I hit the mean streets of Ballard Washington in search of “finds”. Join my short, 4 photo journey of things I took pictures of: SNEAK PEEK : old signs abound. 144 more words


Lunch at Fresh Flours

Fresh flours is a Japanese influenced bakery in Ballard that does the best croissants/danishes I’ve ever had.

They also carry sables and macarons flavoured with matcha or yuzu which are really delicate and melty. 198 more words


Chloë Begins a New Year

I am looking forward to a big year in 2015. My nose is already perking up with the possibilities. See, when Mike reordered my monthly flea-worm medication (a little pill that tastes like liver!)he needed to buy something else to push the cost high enough to get free shipping. 494 more words

A Dog's Life