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Saturday June 16th, 2018

|Express your love...|For Washington Oysters! Low tides this week expose oyster beds from Olympia Oyster Company. ... See MoreSee Less

|Express your love...|

For Washington Oysters!   Low tides this week expose oyster beds from Olympia Oyster Company.

Saturday June 16th, 2018

|Low Tides this Weekend!|How do you spell fun in Washington? L-O-W-T-I-D-E-S. This is the time to see parts of the beach that are normally inaccessible without scuba gear. If you are really into it, then head to Vashon Island or Salt Creek Recreation Area near Port Angeles where the tide pools are world class. ... See MoreSee Less

|Low Tides this Weekend!|

How do you spell fun in Washington?  L-O-W-T-I-D-E-S.  This is the time to see parts of the beach that are normally inaccessible without scuba gear.  If you are really into it, then head to Vashon Island or Salt Creek Recreation Area near Port Angeles where the tide pools are world class.

Saturday June 16th, 2018

|Big Gin is doing it!|The wildly popular Big Gin by Seattle's own Captive Spirits Distilling is set to open a new location for production and tasting at the base Ballard Bridge. Target date for first pour is June 28!Learn more at: seattle.eater.com/2018/6/11/17414030/captive-spirits-distilling-big-gin-expansion-update ... See MoreSee Less

|Big Gin is doing it!|

The wildly popular Big Gin by Seattles own Captive Spirits Distilling is set to open a new location for production and tasting at the base Ballard Bridge.  Target date for first pour is June 28!

Learn more at: https://seattle.eater.com/2018/6/11/17414030/captive-spirits-distilling-big-gin-expansion-update

Wednesday June 13th, 2018

|Hike of the Week|The rhododendron forests of Washington State are in full bloom. To experience this spectacle of nature, pack a picnic and head to either Mount Walker or Mount Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula. The blooms are at their peak now, but wild flowers will be plentiful all month. Mount Walker is an easy hike and Mount Townsend is a bit more advanced, but both will reward you with expansive views at the top. Both hikes are doable from Seattle in a day.Mount Walker trail report: www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/mount-walker Mount Townsend trail report: www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/mount-townsend ... See MoreSee Less

|Hike of the Week|

The rhododendron forests of Washington State are in full bloom.  To experience this spectacle of nature, pack a picnic and head to either Mount Walker or Mount Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula.  The blooms are at their peak now, but wild flowers will be plentiful all month.  Mount Walker is an easy hike and Mount Townsend is a bit more advanced, but both will reward you with expansive views at the top.  Both hikes are doable from Seattle in a day.

Mount Walker trail report: https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/mount-walker 
Mount Townsend trail report: https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/mount-townsend

Tuesday June 12th, 2018

|Raku Firing Solstice Potluck Party|Salty Dog Studios does it again! June 16 will be the summer solstice Raku firing party for friends and neighbors of the Salty Dog, America's longest continually running artist cooperative. New to the hood? Want to meet local artists and neighbors? This is the place for you following the Fremont Solstice Parade.Details at: www.saltydogstudios.org/upcoming-events/ ... See MoreSee Less

|Raku Firing Solstice Potluck Party|

Salty Dog Studios does it again!  June 16 will be the summer solstice Raku firing party for friends and neighbors of the Salty Dog, Americas longest continually running artist cooperative.  New to the hood?  Want to meet local artists and neighbors?  This is the place for you following the Fremont Solstice Parade.

Details at: https://www.saltydogstudios.org/upcoming-events/
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