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  • Letter Home from the Seattle Women’s March
    — from Anji Ringzin — According to the Washington Post, when the results of the presidential election became clear, Grandmother Teresa Shook — a retired attorney in Hawaii — turned to the Facebook page Pantsuit Nation, and asked: What if women marched on Washington? The seeds for the epic Women’s ... read more
    Source: Orcas Issues
  • Washington Launches an Updated Invasive Species Reporting App
    — from WA Recreation and Conservation Office — Who should you tell if you reel in a strange fish, find a new plant taking over in your yard or local park, spot a strange insect in your firewood or see a feral pig while recreating in the backcountry? Figuring that ... read more
    Source: Orcas Issues
  • Morris Bill Would Give Electricity Customers More Service, Incentive Options
    — from Rep. Jeff Morris’ Office — Technology often drives change in how services are provided, and electric utilities aren’t immune, which is why Rep. Jeff Morris has introduced a bill giving them more flexibility in how they provide services and interact with customers. Morris (D-Mount Vernon), chair of the ... read more
    Source: Orcas Issues
  • Orcas Today: Monday, January 23rd
    Ladies Intermediate Tennis Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 9:30-11:00am at the Buck Park Courts This event is free and open to ladies ages 18 and up. Weight Watchers Meeting January 23rd at 5:30pm at the Funhouse Commons Weigh in is at 5:30pm followed by the meeting at 6:00pm. Boys SWISH Basketball Monday-Friday at ... read more
    Source: Orcas Today
  • Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight
    After Electronic Arts successfully continued the Command & Conquer saga with its releases of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars and it’s expansion Kane’s Wrath in 2007 and 2008 respectively there was a great deal of hype and excitement when EA announced the fourth and final title of the current ... read more
    Source: San Juan Gamer
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle Earth II
    The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle Earth was very well received by series fans and real-time strategy gamers and is arguably the best RTS representation of the Lord of the Rings trilogy yet produced.  When Electronic Arts announced the upcoming release of The Lord of the Rings: ... read more
    Source: San Juan Gamer
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization VI
    Two hefty expansion packs, numerous DLC, and a vibrant modding community combined to give Civilization V a long full life in the gaming community and formed what will probably be an enduring legacy.  When Firaxis announced the development of Sid Meier’s Civilization VI in May of 2016 the fanbase was ... read more
    Source: San Juan Gamer
  • February
    February was a rough month for us. Money was tight. The last two weeks were full of boat problems, it felt like our little home was rebelling against us. The toilet quit, we found mold, our batter charger died, which is pretty bad since that’s what’s responsible for the fridge, ... read more
    Source: LifePixelated
  • Adventure
    I’m sure if you’ve been alive for longer than five minutes you’ve heard people poke fun at western Washington weather. I mean, who would want to live somewhere where the record of sunny days in a year limits out at 58? Honestly though, I kind of love it. The wind, ... read more
    Source: LifePixelated
  • 1st
    I like taking photos. And rambling about my thoughts. Enjoy 🙂 This is where my husband and I got married a little over a year ago, taken by one of my best friends the morning of our wedding. It was pretty much a perfect day, and we felt blessed to ... read more
    Source: LifePixelated