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Last night was a shocker.  Not quite sufficient wind to keep the sail from collapsing in the seaway.  A little more wind or a bit less sea and everything would have been fine.  187 more words

Vancouver To New Zealand

drying out again

I’m here in lovely coos bay. it’s been raining and raining, again. one joke I’ve heard many times is “it’s only rained twice, both lasting 48 days” tonight I found my self in search of some green food, I walked by a brewery and heard some good music (they described them selves as surf country and I still don’t really know what that is), so I stopped to drip dry a little. 591 more words


Since three this afternoon we have had some wind, early evening now and we are romping along at five, sometimes six knots.  This wind is forecast to drop at midnight but until then I have all sail set to take advantage and get a bit more to the west. 257 more words

Vancouver To New Zealand

Port proposes $400 million dredging project | Business

The Port of Coos Bay has stepped up its public outreach efforts in recent weeks to promote its proposed $400 million channel modification project.

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The World

OnTrak Magazine: Crabs, craps, and crashing waves

My first story for OnTrak Magazine details the perfect winter weekend in Coos Bay. Click here to read the story.


Ready for the holidays!

Time flies when you’re having fun — or working. Sure enough, the months flew by since my last post.

Thanksgiving was yesterday (already!) and Black Friday shopping is today. 220 more words


After 13 years, city breaks ground on wastewater treatment project

COOS BAY — Coos Bay city officials struck ground Monday afternoon at the corner of South Empire Boulevard and Fulton Avenue, the future location of wastewater treatment plant no. 37 more words

Dept. Of Environmental Quality