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November 29, 2021

Rain creates mini waterfalls

There’s plenty of high ground on Fidalgo Island, so when it rains we see the creation of countless “mini waterfalls.” Beautiful.

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November 27, 2021

Anacortes Chamber dresses for Christmas

Up and down Commercial Avenue, the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce and individual businesses are “lighting it up” for the holidays, with decorations ranging from lighted wreaths and “banner art” to display windows and shop interiors. ‘Tis the season! Please consider doing some Christmas shopping with local businesses in the coming weeks. Also, keep your eyes […]

November 26, 2021

Marine services transition to winter workload

Anacortes is a city of boats! That means many marinas, upland storage facilities and marine service businesses. It is common for boat owners to take advantage of the winter season to pull their vessels out of the water for maintenance and repair. This photo at Fidalgo Marina includes a travelift, one of many services provided […]

November 25, 2021

Holiday greetings to all!

So much to be thankful for, at least at our house! Happy Thanksgiving to our AnaacortesToday.com family!

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Looking Back

November 29, 2021

Puppies on parade: Christmas 2007

“Wishing you a very dachshund Christmas.” These cute little dogs were among stars in the 2007 Anacortes Christmas parade. Sorry, didn’t get their names. Besides, it’s been awhile…

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November 17, 2021

Tsutakawa delivers sculpture: April 2008

It was April 2008 when renowned Northwest sculptor Gerard Tsutakawa and team delivered the sculpture “Annie Curtis” to its home at Cap Sante Marina. A beautiful day for placement and unveiling, with many arts community and Port of Anacortes dignitaries on hand.

November 16, 2021

Upriver park on Skagit River: 2019

Howard Miller Steelhead Park, just off Highway 20 near Rockport. This photo was taken about this time two years ago. Right now high water due to rain puts a return trip in the “sketchy” category. A county park with utilities, even a couple of cabins. Beautiful.

November 15, 2021

Shipwreck Day: 2002

Perennial favorite “festival.” The one-day Shipwreck Day garage sale in downtown Anacortes.

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