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The Curious Tale of the Salish Sea Feet

Kea Krause | Longreads | April 2019| 16 minutes (3,905 words)

They come by way of similar discovery: A beachcomber, perhaps gathering shells or out for some exercise, spots a flashy, nonpelagic lump that, upon closer inspection, turns out to be a human foot still nestled in its shoe. 4,097 more words


Where the Sun Never Gets

The opening comment of an “On Being” podcast made me stop mid-step. I’d clicked on an episode to listen while walking on a busy city street without paying much attention to who was being interviewed. 769 more words


The Salish Sea is not a Sewer

We must stop treating Puget Sound like a sewer if we are going to restore the fish, shellfish, wildlife and other natural resources it supports. That’s why we are urging the U.S. 607 more words



This is the S/V CARLYN docked at Shilshole Bay Marina in Seattle. I am working on this boat for the spring of 2019 as Mate/Nautical Educator for… 78 more words

The Dock Life

A Lucky Day

March 18, 2019 – I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day to ride and write on the M.V. Tillikum.  Sunshine, snow-covered Koma Kulshan… 313 more words


Bricky Bay- Mar. 10/2019

  • Vizability wonderful
  • tide 1.8m, slack
  • sunny

This was by far the most amazing snorkel I have experienced at Bricky Bay.  I guess we have ventured into this bay at the shoulder season and seen nothing but plankton and clouds of stuff, so it was wonderful to go when the water is still very clear…. 448 more words

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