Wow! I waited for the Guemes Ferry to leave the Anacortes terminal and when it did, I quickly lost sight of the vessel as wind and waves moved it to the east. Sure enough, however, the skipper expertly brought her … Continue reading →
Among the MANY services provided by the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce is the periodic opportunity for political candidates and voters to dialogue before election day. Such was the case last week when the Chamber hosted local candidates, both opposed and … Continue reading →
Talk about your photo ops! I joined thousands of others, bikers and onlookers alike, as Anacortes came alive Sunday, September 24 for the annual Oyster Run. Always a crowd favorite is the performance by Seattle Cossacks.
What a wonderful setting for a public walkway: the paved Guemes Trail path accessible from the San Juan Passage neighborhood or the state ferry terminal. The trail toward the ferry terminal features a stretch of boardwalk over wetlands.
It was a full house today for the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce luncheon featuring local candidates, both opposed and unopposed. Pictured in the foreground here are Port of Anacortes contenders Kathy Pittis and Shane Aggergaard.