Goodbye to Winter – Part 2

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It's not always gray and dreary during Northwest winters, but it usually is. Northwesterners don't just hibernate but relish in the gloom. So...

Goodbye to winter Part 1

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Port Townsend based Photographer Joel Rogers brings us the best of his images of winter 2021-2022

Bill Curtsinger’s Voyage: Camera to Coffee

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New Photo Exhibit Coming to Grover Gallery Fifteen years ago, Bill Curtsinger drove a rental car into Port Townsend, hoping to reconnect with an old...

Birds In Flight

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This Rufous Hummingbird visits our garden every summer and perches on the same treetop. Then he migrates on, as far south as Mexico. Watching birds,...

The Wooden Boat Festival In Pictures

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Phototgrapher Joel Rogers brings us memories of years past. Click on a picture to see the slide show.

Seeing Seaweed – Part 2

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Wendy Feltham is back with more seaweed photos! Click on any of them to enlarge. Enjoy!

Seeing Seaweed

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Local photographer and naturalist Wendy Feltham has found the beauty in kelp.

Rhodys in the woods

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Photographer Al Bergstein took a walk in Cappy's Trails in May. The Rhody's were out in full bloom.

Arbutus menziesii in the Rain

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Honoring Archibald Menzies and the trees he named in scientific literature.

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The lost commencement address by Tom Robbins

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Photo of Tom Robbins by Dan Wallen. Used with permission of University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections MPH1272 When I was the editor of the...

The New Supreme Court

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Cartoon above by Karen Sullivan. The Democrats should have a chance of beating Republicans in many states, with a newly fired up base because...

So Long, Pygmy Kayaks

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More than three decades ago, when guys like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were building technology companies that would change the world, another Ivy...

Infinite Tenderness – Chapter 2

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In the first part of Infinite Tenderness to appear in Rainshadow Journal, you met Hershel Prall, who was looking for his son Landon on...

Update: Protection Island

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It could have been worse.  So says Peter Hodum, of the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, after a day assessing the biological damage...