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Tree-lined path

Early morning light on the north entrance to Grand View Cemetery in Anacortes.

July 12, 2018

  Our neighborhood will have a strong voice at the table when a new tourism group gathers. Governor Jay Inslee announced the appointment of nine members to the Washington Tourism Marketing Authority Board. One of them is Cynthia Verge, director … Continue reading

July 10, 2018

The 57th Anacortes Arts Festival, August 3 – 5 is one of the largest and oldest arts festivals in the Northwest. More than 250 juried booth artisans from around the country fill old town Anacortes with jewelry, painting, photography, ceramics, … Continue reading

July 5, 2018

Another wonderful Independence Day in beautiful seaside Anacortes! Thanks to all who participated in programs, parade, concert and fireworks display! Smiles all ’round!

July 16, 2018

The W.T. Preston No. 2, built in 1939 at the Lake Union Dry Dock Company. A new ship except for main engines, steering engine, generator reverse engine, donkey and swing engine and propelling wheel, all transferred from W.T. Preston No. … Continue reading

July 2, 2018

I discovered these photos while skimming through archives today. Steve Demopoulos with classic old work truck from Anacortes Junk Company’s early days. The truck was on display at the 2003 Anacortes Arts Festival Car Show. History on wheels!

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.