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Lime Kiln

Lime kilns are used to heat limestone in order to create cement.  A seemingly endless vein of pure limestone and the growing demand for its use in road construction, mortar, etc. 94 more words

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Hotel de Haro

Washington State’s oldest continually operated hotel, the Hotel De Haro, is located in Roche Harbor on the north side the San Juan Island.   Its 20 rooms have hosted visitors since 1886, including Theodore Roosevelt and John Wayne. 89 more words

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San Juan Island

Back Home for the Holidays

Autumn quarter has wrapped up, and now I am free to return home for the holidays. This moment has been LONG awaited. 972 more words

Beaches

2017 Reflections

Looking back at 2017 such overwhelming events and times of despair. Our endangered Southern Resident orca now only 76 individuals and the least amount of sightings here in the Salish Sea in 43 years of research. 315 more words

Salish Sea San Juan Islands

Lime Kiln Lighthouse

On the west side of San Juan Island is Lime Kiln Point State Park, where a lighthouse guides ships through the Haro Straight between Vancouver Island, British Columbia and the San Juan Islands of Washington State. 93 more words

Travel

Roche Harbor

On the northwest side of San Juan Island, off the coast of Washington State, is Roche Harbor.  The harbor is sheltered on three sides making it ideal for small pleasure craft.  27 more words

Photojournalism

Barn House

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge 12/7/2017
Photography