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January 27, 2023

Exit west

As long as flowers are not in bloom, guests like this beauty are welcome in our yard. This one was a bit nervous, moving on through the shrubs as soon as I arrived with camera.

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January 26, 2023

Anacortes loves basketball

Seahawks boys basketball fills the house. It is always an exciting, sentimental journey to attend a high school sporting event, but Wednesday night with top-of-the league opponents Anacortes and Lynden, it was particularly rewarding. Coach Brett Senff and a talented squad of players came into the game with only one loss, but at the final […]

January 19, 2023

Construction holds steady in 2022

City Hall data shows that new construction in 2022 matched up closely with activity in 2021. Permits in 2022, through December 31 Total permit applications received: 979 Total permits issued: 951 New dwelling units: 96 (83 issued) Breakdown of new dwelling units: 34 New Single Family Residences 12 New Cottages 14 Duplex units (7 buildings) […]

January 18, 2023

Pier 2, Port of Anacortes

Pier 2, Port of Anacortes. More than 355,400 tons of bulk products were shipped from the Port in 2019. Pictured here is the “Union Taylor” taking on a load of petroleum coke from the HF Sinclair refinery.

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Looking Back

January 28, 2023

Walking stick with wings: 2016

Dragonfly, May 2016. Fascinating to watch.

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January 23, 2023

Navy Open House: 2011

It’s always exciting to visit NAS Whidbey in Oak Harbor when they open the doors to the public. These photos were taken on a 2011 visit.

January 18, 2023

British Columbia fjord: Princess Louisa

I have had the privilege of visiting this incredible marine park on two occasions, thanks to my friend Larry Stickles. This photo was taken in 2005. Princess Louisa Inlet, called by indigenous peoples “Suivoolot”, meaning sunny and warm, has beckoned sea travelers since it was first seen by man. Except for aircraft, the sea is […]

January 12, 2023

Frosty morning: Winter of 2009

Some green leaves hung onto life in this Winter 2009 photo of backyard frost.

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