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Ramblings #3

I really have no brain power these days. There’s just too much going on to even concentrate on something as simple as a blog post. We did however go for a walk around our local state park a few weeks ago. 318 more words

Pacific Northwest

Catching a Crustacean

We woke up early Saturday morning and caught the 7:10 Edmonds ferry to Kingston. It was a chilly morning and we were all sleepy, including the pup. 456 more words

Life

Meet and Greet Sierra Club’s Endorsed Candidate for County Commissioner, Lorna Smith, July 14, 5PM

Sierra Club holds virtual meet and greet for Lorna Smith.

Lorna Smith has been an environmental activist since the late 1970s, and worked with prominent conservationists to establish a National Wildlife Refuge on Protection Island. 182 more words

Puget Sound

Boaters and the Boats We've Met Plying the Waterways of the Northwest...

Most things have a beginning, a middle and eventually an end. Our beginning with Great Northern started in the small town of St. Helen, Oregon on the Columbia River… with this man, Charlie. 1,094 more words

King County scientists see unprecedented harmful algal bloom in Puget Sound

On June 16, field scientists from the King County Environmental Laboratory were collecting routine water quality samples aboard the research vessel, SoundGuardian, in the Central Basin of Puget Sound. 776 more words

Science

A long way to go for a little bit of wind: Round Orcas 2020

We left Seattle on Thursday night with a nice breeze.

While we were heading north, we decided to head into Port Ludlow to anchor for the night, arriving under the last dribbles of light for the day and dropped the hook. 1,222 more words

C&C

June happenings

It’s time for updates. I’m starting to catch up a little, now that school is done. I’ve made some phone calls, reconnected in person with a few friends and with Tara, addressed some pending items from my To-Do list. 1,112 more words

Looking At The Land