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Sails off the coast

The Hawaiian Chieftain, as seen Saturday evening from the trees on Cap Sante. The masted ship is still in town for a couple of days. Tours and sails available out of Cap Sante Marina.

June 13, 2018

The Anacortes Arts Festival (August 3-5) relies heavily on the help of volunteers. The pitch: “Volunteering is a great way to support the community, have some fun and show our visitors how friendly and welcoming Anacortes is. Whatever your talent … Continue reading

June 6, 2018

“Pioneers of Pulp,” an Anacortes Working Waterfront exhibit, opens on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at the Maritime Heritage Center, 703 R Avenue. This exhibit is sponsored by the Anacortes Museum and the Anacortes Museum Foundation. A free opening reception takes … Continue reading

May 31, 2018

With Mt. Baker as a backdrop, sailors from the Anacortes Yacht Club celebrate life in Anacortes with a little bit of competition.

June 11, 2018

My focus shifted quickly this morning from Guemes Ferry to osprey (seahawk) as this beauty flew into view on a hunting expedition. He made a few passages (incredible agility) before moving west along the shore of the Guemes Channel.

May 30, 2018

Partially “shrink wrapped” in the Dakota Creek Industries ship yard is the state ferry “Issaquah.” The 328-ft. ferry is an Issaquah 130 class ferry primarily operating the Vashon Island/Fauntleroy route. Work at DCI includes: Installation of marine evacuation system; installation … Continue reading

May 18, 2018

Unlike the infamous Mr. McGregor’s garden of Beatrix Potter’s bunny books, wild rabbits find our back yard plot a welcoming space. After all, there are no vegetables…