Tatoosh Island in Cape Flattery is off the northwest tip of the continental United States. When life hands me lemons and I have a horrendous PTSD episode, I find it […]
Edmonds Ferry This is the iconic tourist photo of the Edmonds ferry. The fish, of course, are salmon. Their fins are forks. As you probably know, tides rise and […]
Our resident ducklings are getting bigger. We had some rare sunshine on Tuesday. So, I decided to chronicle their progress. They still hide under their mother for protection. Eventually, they went […]
Port Defiance Zoo’s Sumatran tiger cubs made their debut on the Today Show this morning. They were born on May 25, 2010. If you are having a bad day and […]
The Hawaiian Chieftan and the Lady Washington have been guests at the Edmonds, WA Yacht Club during Edmonds’ Waterfront Festival. The tall ships offered cruises and “battles” in Puget Sound […]
Our resident drake and hen had two baby ducklings this year.
Cruising Magazine’s May/June 2010 issue showcases the marine photography of Carole May. A dreamy photo of a marsh near Anacortes, WA is on the cover, and there is an extensive gallery of her work […]
Barbara Bentley, author of A Dance with the Devil: A True Story of Marriage to a Psychopath, and her husband Rex Johnston were in Seattle last week. The two met […]
The Freemont People were decked out for Easter. The Freemont neighborhood’s motto is “De Libertas Quirkas.” It has been described as quirky, bohemian, artistic, and funky. At the Summer Solstice, they […]
When too many trees are cut down, this is what happens! Thanks, Julie, for the belly laugh!