Algae, lichen and rust color the soft gray boards of a weathered dock.
Headlines today coupled the intriguing phrase “King Tide” with Puget Sound. Having lived on the shore of the Sound my entire life, I thought I knew most of the terminology about this particular marine environment. But I’d never heard of a king tide. Perhaps it was a misprint – could be the writer meant spring […]
It’s World Oceans Day! All I can muster right now is a quick link. My computer is behaving badly. I’m spending far too much time waiting for processes to finish, shutting and restarting programs, rebooting. Uploading a photo is painful. Maintenance time. Until I get to the bottom of this all I’ve got for World […]
I’m at Deception Pass, at the north end of Whidbey Island. In the middle of the pass is a small island, and at the eastern tip of that island is a point where the water level falls away into a hole. I just don’t get what’s going on here and I haven’t been able to […]