Activities Journal

June 5, 2004

Delicate beauties

In the midst of a week of focus on the horrific destruction of D-Day and other World War II battles, our garden has offered a welcome opportunity to enjoy examples of God’s magnificent design. The photo of the peony was … Continue reading

June 4, 2004

Scenes from Causland Fourth

This holiday’s community activities included games, food and fun at Causland Memorial Park. Among those pictured here are visiting town criers, Pastor Terry Kyllo and Mayor Dean Maxwell and a queen from the parade. The final shot is of a … Continue reading

May 31, 2004

Lest We Forget

It was a simple, modest ceremony. As far as I know, all of the dozen or so veterans taking part in the Grand View Cemetery event were veterans of World War II, but there could very well have been veterans … Continue reading

May 28, 2004

Festival features classic cars

As always, the Anacortes Waterfront Festival drew some awesome beauties to its car show. Among those pictured here are a 1931 Ford Coupe owned by Mike Espe and a 1934 Plymouth Coupe owned by Suzanne and Richard Phipps of Burlington. … Continue reading

May 28, 2004

In honored memory

Many are not aware that historic Causland Park in downtown Anacortes was created in memory of local men who gave their lives in service during World War I. A plaque on front of the amphitheater gazebo reads: “Causland Memorial Park. … Continue reading

May 27, 2004

Boys at play

The ol’ complaint “There’s nothing to do” sure didn’t ring true last weekend in Anacortes, when the annual Waterfront Festival provided an eye-popping menu of options for kids looking to have some fun. In the first photo, a boy descends … Continue reading

May 26, 2004

Moms and toy boats

A favorite activity at the annual Anacortes Waterfront Festival is the boat-building area sponsored by the Fidalgo Island Rotary Club. Due to cramped quarters, boat-building teams usually consist of just one child and a parent. I come from a family … Continue reading

May 26, 2004

Little boats

Admirers of all ages lean over the rail at Cap Sante Boat Haven each year to watch the remote control boat owners sail and power their boats in the water below. Among boats included this year was the “Enforcer,” a … Continue reading

May 25, 2004

Can’t beat the bungee

Kids already loved the climbing wall, but addition of the new bungee jumping option was an instant hit at the Waterfront Festival. Among the kids I photographed bungee jumping (more like flying, really) were 12-year-old Anthony Masias and 5-year-old Maya … Continue reading

May 25, 2004

Duntons sing sweetly

The Dunton Sisters of Anacortes turn heads wherever they perform. According to one critic cited on their Web site, “Their singing is so smooth, it’s like driving down a freshly paved highway in a new Cadillac.” Another coined the term … Continue reading

May 24, 2004

SOS band a hit

Local band SOS wowed the crowd Saturday at the Anacortes Waterfront Festival with a “hot Latin rock” sound reminiscent of Santana and the early Seventies. Lead singer is Beth Bivens; John Malone, guitar; Jim Venditto, bass guitar; Ted Rieger, drums; … Continue reading

May 20, 2004

Causland in bloom

Grab a picnic lunch (or dinner) and head for Causland Memorial Park in downtown Anacortes (off “M” Avenue, between 7th and 8th streets). Causland’s beautiful flowers, bushes and trees are in full bloom, and the city does a wonderful job … Continue reading

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