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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

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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

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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

Ascension

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

Magical Moments We Can Make Happen: Seaplane Take-off on Orcas Island

When you see that a magical moment just on the horizon, you’ve got to take action.

Make it happen.

Don’t think, just go.

As we were leisurely packing things up in our rental house on Orcas Island on the morning of our departure, such an opportunity came our way. 295 more words

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