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Resiliency

November 8, 2016

Regardless of tonight’s United States political election results, I still believe in resiliency. Resiliency of humanity and best human spirit in caring for each other and all our shared life on earth. 213 more words

Salish Sea San Juan Islands

Summer in Western Washington

Other than our month in the Canadian Rockies, we planned on spending our summer in and around the Seattle area.  Our son and his family planned on buying a home and we wanted to help.   805 more words

RV Travel

Seasonal Life = Friendships on Fast Forward

Friendships are a rich, life-giving, healing, magic-perpetuating substance of the gods. For a lot of us, they’re the peanut butter that holds together our PB&J during rough times, and the extra sprinkles on top of our honey lavender ice cream when we’re having a good day (because we get to share it with someone!). 1,158 more words

Experience

European Green Crab Found In San Juan Island Waters

SEATTLE (AP) — A team of volunteer monitors have found an invasive green crab in the waters of Westcott Bay on San Juan Island.

The confirmation marks the first time that this global invader has been found in Washington state’s inland waters. 100 more words

News

The llama nuns of Shaw

Our second day in the San Juan Islands was focused around a very special visit to Our Lady of the Rock, a monastery and working farm on Shaw Island. 762 more words

Have you seen J14 ? (Washington state, USA)

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016. The killer whale known as J14 or Samish was last photographed by a Center for Whale Research staff member on August 3, 2016. 132 more words

Endangered Biodiversity