Sept. 13, 2011

Whale Watching in Puget Sound

The waters of Puget Sound are home to a resident pod of Orca whales, I got to go out and see a few of them on a whale watching trip recently with Island Mariner Cruises that left right out of Bellingham's Squalicum Harbor. They have the largest well watching ...

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Aug. 12, 2011

Pickford Film Center Grand Opening

After several years  and $3,000,000 the Pickford Film Center (PFC) was finished and opened for business in April. But they are having a community celebration of with a Grand Opening of it's new theater facility on Bay Street this weekend August 12-13. The festivities will feature film ...

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July 15, 2011

WWII Era B-25 "Maid in the Shade" Visits Bellingham this weekend

Bellingham's Heritage Flight Museum is welcoming some special guest this weekend, the Arizona Wing of the Commemorative Air Force  will be flying in an old WWII bomber, the B-25 Maid in the Shade a twin-engine bomber that was used by Allied Air Forces in WWII that saw 15 ...

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July 8, 2011

Bellingham Restaurant's: Harvest Moon Bakery, Maple Falls

Shhh. I'm going to let you in on a little secret. It's about 30 miles out of Bellingham on Mt. Baker Hwy. A lovely surprise, Harvest Moon Bakery.

A quaint and rustic setting with FABULOUS feeds, not your typical soup and sandwich menu and mmm,mmm good baked ...

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July 7, 2011

Causland Memorial Park in Anacortes

I went out to Anacortes to look at a house a few days ago and it was right next to a beautiful park.  Causland Memorial Park on N Avenue in Anacortes is one of the most unique parks in the Northwest. The park was built in the 1920's ...

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June 23, 2011

Elizabeth Park Concert Series

Elizabeth Park Concert Series begins tonight with Matt Audette and the Circle of Friends Band at 6 - pm, where else but at Bellingham's beautiful Elizabeth Park. The Series sponsored by the Eldridge Society for History and Preservation continues Thursday night through August 25th.

Here's the line up:

  • June ...
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May 28, 2011

Blaine Cafe's and Bistro's: Blackberry House Cafe' Cares About Customers

So, yesterday I’m meeting with a client in Blaine, WA to show him properties for sale along the beachfront in Birch Bay, WA. By the way if you’re not familiar with where Blaine is located, it’s only just a NEXUS pass flash from the Canadian/US border crossing.

I had ...

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May 21, 2011

Fidalgo Island Parks: Seafarers' Memorial Park Reopens

Just in time for the Anacortes Waterfront Festival happening 5/21/11 – 5/22/11, Seafarers’ Memorial Park had its Grand Reopening today on the shores of Fidalgo Bay.  Seafarers’ Memorial Park was the original site of Scott Paper Mill and for close to 100 years of mill operation ...

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May 16, 2011

Bellingham's Own Circus

Did you know that Bellingham has its own circus. Yes it's true. There are no animals but there are lots of jugglers, acrobats, stilt-walkers, clowns, aerialists, multimedia theatricalists (now that's a mouthful) and lots more.

The Bellingham Circus Guild is a collection of professional and amateur hobby Circus artists. Their ...
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March 28, 2011

Bellingham is a great place for Boats

Bellingham is a great place for if your into boats. Bellingham residents and visitors can take advantage of all kinds of boats sailboats, power boats, row boats, canoes and kayaks and more.

We have convenient access to, the San Juan Islands and the Gulf Islands of British Columbia. For those ...

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