In the News

June 21, 2003

Guemes Channel traffic

Combine sunshine, spring fever (now summer) and the magnetic attraction of Northwest waters and you’ve got a recipe for heavy traffic on Fidalgo Island’s Guemes Channel. Local residents are accustomed to seeing state ferries and the Guemes ferry in local waters. They also see plenty of tanker and barge traffic moving back and forth from […]

June 18, 2003

Curves

I love the look of a gently sweeping curve. Pictured in this photo essay are four of my favorites: the weather-worn tree at the summit of the Loop Road in Washington Park; a meticulously crafted and maintained wooden boat; a stone bridge on Highway 20, just over Deception Pass on the Whidbey Island side; a […]

June 18, 2003

Seafarers’ Memorial Park

Not too far from downtown Anacortes is a beautiful waterfront park dedicated to dozens of local men who have died at sea. In addition to a monument listing their names, Seafarers’ Memorial Park is home to the “Lady of the Sea.” This sculpture by Deborah Copenhaver was commissioned by the late Ray Separovich, identified on […]

June 18, 2003

Northwest textures

One of the most impressive things about life in the western Washington is the fact that our moderate weather and steady rainfall provide the necessary elements for an array of year-round colors. Springtime, with its corresponding blossoms, is gorgeous, but that doesn’t mean the other three seasons aren’t beautiful, too. We are, after all, “the […]

June 17, 2003

Day Trippin’

Sometimes, not often enough, my wife and I escape our daily routine on a day trip as walk-ons aboard a state ferry bound for the San Juans. Passenger only rates are still affordable, and the trip is relaxing, regardless of weather (don’t bring that cell phone!). We like to pack a lunch with treats we […]

June 16, 2003

Days gone by

Time takes its toll, as evidenced by these photographs. The old Junk store pictured here is located in back of the historic Anacortes Marine Supply and Hardware store on 2nd Street. The Enchantress, a tugboat dating back to the 1940s, is now a derelict in Fidalgo Bay waters near what was once a bustling Anacortes […]

June 14, 2003

June flora

Morning sunshine drew me to a neighbor’s gardens. “The grass is always greener,” as you know, so the flowers must be prettier, too. My brief stroll yielded a number of beautiful images, and my neighbor Yoshi ultimately emerged from his home to give his blessing, converting my trespass to a visit.

June 13, 2003

Graduation night

Friday, June 13, 2003 marked the end of a 12-year journey for the Anacortes School District Class of 2003. This class was “under construction” during elementary, middle school and high school years as several district buildings were remodeled and renovated. Class motto was: “Life is not about the breaths you take. It is about the […]

February 4, 2002

Daddio’s goes retro

Daddio’s, a new restaurant on Commercial Avenue, represents the realization of a dream for Anacortes native Will Lamphiear. Will, who apprenticed at Randy’s Pier 61 when he was in high school, will manage the pizza diner with his wife, Lori. The two moved back to Anacortes from Phoenix with their baby, Cadence, to manage the […]

August 1, 2001

Air Centennial

It was a wonderful day on Whidbey last Saturday, July 30, when the Navy joined approximately 15,000 guests in an international celebration of U.S. Naval Aviation. One hundred years! Included here are a few of the 400-plus photos I shot during this sun-splashed Centennial. Among the aircraft is a Boeing PT-13 Stearman Kaydet. This aircraft […]

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