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In a Tent

A moment of weakness, that’s the only way to explain it.  Despite my heretofore utter, adamant (dare I say pig-headed?) refusal to participate in any way in the so-called recreational activity of camping — tent camping, no less — I caved to peer pressure.  745 more words

Retirement

This blog.

I need to spend less time on this blog. It pains me to say that, but it’s true. It doesn’t mean abandoning it, it just means giving a little less of myself here, so that I have a little more of myself to give somewhere else. 805 more words

Extra Dry Martini

We {heart} Orcas Island Rowing.

by Marlis K. Sandwith

One of the things I love about living on Orcas Island is the creativity and resourcefulness of Island People. While Orcas is a relatively small island, with a small town (and a few small hamlets) and a small population, we often bring Big Things to fruition. 856 more words

Orcas Island

unMonday: orcas island ferry

After many weeks away from the blog, I’m trying to get back to practicing photography and posting on a regular basis, starting with a brand new unMonday. 63 more words

Photos

Allies

“Even peaks that are not especially high but are prominent and isolated often have an angel in charge. For instance I observed one at Mt. Constitution in the San Juan Islands in Washington. 2,135 more words

Raise Your EQ

Honeymoon Happies: Orcas Island

After an awesome first few days, we headed to Port Townsend to catch a ferry, drive to Anacortes, and catch another ferry to the… 697 more words

Photography

Tiffany & Mindy tie the knot

As I lie here, still sick (it’s been about a week of continually not feeling great, and I think the climax has been yesterday and today), I can’t help but be reminiscent on my good friends’ wedding a few weeks ago.   247 more words

Animals