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2012–The Year in Review and the Northern Lights

This year, my eightieth, could be a downer–the loss of many friends, arthritis (a real pain in the neck for most of the year), a cough that wouldn’t go away–but I choose not to go that way. Instead there is … Continue reading

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Glacial Erratics in Our Neighborhoods

Millions and thousands of years ago, a number of geologic events–volcanic eruptions and glaciers and floods–created the lands of Washington State as we know them today. We’re told that Puget Sound was carved out by glaciers millions of years ago, … Continue reading

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