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Skagit Headwaters

B.C. and Washington governments, tribes, businesses continue to oppose mining in headwaters of Skagit River Story by Ian Haupt Photos courtesy of the Wilderness Committee Those in...

Sucia Island boat camping

Story and photos by Jason Griffith The sky seemed to have merged with the sea, except the stars below the horizon were like fireflies winking...

Roatán

A diver's paradise Story and photos by Pat Grubb In June, my daughter Alex called me up out of the blue from San Francisco and asked...

In search of a campground

Story and photos by Tony Moceri My brother and I had been going to Lummi Island for most of our life. We had played on...

My Private Island

A family retreat from the Diablo Lake crowds By Tony Moceri Venturing out into wilderness on a camping trip is a great way to spend time...

WA360: Paddleboarders round the Point Roberts buoy

The first WA360, a human- or wind-powered race from Port Townsend to Olympia to Bellingham to Point Roberts and back again, turned out to...

Romancing the Seas

By Woody Moses Martine was dead serious. “No romance with clients during a trip. Ever.” Tall and muscular with wild blonde hair and piercing blue eyes,...

Snorkel Alaska

By Eric Lucas I did not know sea cucumbers move. Yes, I’m aware they are marine creatures common in the North Pacific near-shore intertidal waters. Not...

Nooksack River adjudication is ‘likely,’ department of ecology to sort out...

By Nolan Baker A half-million-dollar budget for review and court ruling of water rights along the Nooksack River basin is likely to be approved by...

WA360: You don’t have to be nuts, but it would sure...

Story by Pat Grubb What do you do if you’ve been holding the longest race in North America since 2015, one that won’t let you...