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America's Pacific Northwest- The Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion

A Wild American Forest Explore the Klamath Siskiyou Region with this weblink:  Exploreklamathsiskiyou.org/ The Tallest Trees on Earth... The greatest concentration of wild and scenic rivers in America… Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon narrate...
by Troubled Biologist on May 19, 2013

First garden stroll of the season

Our spring in Oregon has been fabulous! On.Easter Sunday we had a rare 80f day---.then while we were in Hawaii the weather was pretty nasty here. But the sunny weather must have followed us home as we have experienced over 2 weeks of glorious summer-...
by All in my Cottage on May 17, 2013

Influence of progressive thought

Our Daily Train | By Jeremy StyronP.Z. Myers whiffed on that Atheism Plus foolishness, but nonbelief should be about celebrating our similarities, right? That said, I couldn’t agree more with what P.Z. Myers wrote about Minnesota’s recent...
by Our Daily Train on May 14, 2013

6th Annual Seattle Chocolate Salon: Mmmm They Had Me at Chocolate...

Mmmmm chocolate... Yep, it's coming to Seattle this week-end. Chocolate lovers, en garde! This mama is going to be covering the event.  In fact, word on the street is she might even be a judge.  CLOSE THE FRONT DOOR!  This is a...
by United States of Motherhood on May 3, 2013

From Summer to Winter

I was invited on a two-week motorcoach tour of the Pacific Northwest and Canadian Rockies all expenses paid, so naturally I accepted! I was flown from Mexico City to my home town of Seattle in mid-April to begin the journey. The first leg of the trip...
by applecore on May 1, 2013

Peter Byrne Still Has Hopes of Finding Bigfoot

I’ve always admired Peter Byrne and his swagger. One of the original Bigfoot hunters, Byrne hasn’t really been mentioned much in the news lately, and I haven’t really seen him on many of the TV shows. I guess he’s been busy...
by The Occult Section on Apr 10, 2013

6 Ways Prohibition Defined America

Era Still Encapsulates the Nation’s Unique Culture, Researcher Says Today, Prohibition is still very much with us, says award-winning writer and historical analyst Denise Frisino. “The Volstead Act, which enacted Prohibition in 1919, came after d...
by Mafia Today on Apr 4, 2013

6 Ways Prohibition Defined America

Era Still Encapsulates the Nation’s Unique Culture, Researcher Says Today, Prohibition is still very much with us, says award-winning writer and historical analyst Denise Frisino. “The Volstead Act, which enacted Prohibition in 1919, came after d...
by Mafia Today on Apr 4, 2013

Itty-Bitty Book Review: State by State: A Panoramic Portrait of America

Packed with contemporary travel essays, State by State: A Panoramic Portrait of America, edited by Matt Weiland and Sean Wilsey, is the most memorable book I've read this year. With rambling narratives reminiscent of William Least Heat Moon's Bl...
by The Indie Traveler on Feb 7, 2013

Spring around the Compass: Family Getaways in the Pacific Northwest

Spring break doesn't have to mean crowded beaches - an insider's family travel tips to the Pacific Northwest...
by friday coming soon on Jan 30, 2013

Become the Owner of Bigfoot’s Grave for $270,000

Oh, how I’ve missed blogging about silly Bigfoot stories, ghost hunters making ludicrous claims of proof of the paranormal, and photos of fuzzy distant objects that UFO “experts” claim are alien spacecraft. Between my job eating up...
by The Occult Section on Jan 15, 2013

Old Ents and Monster Trees of Pacific Northwest

One of my Bordeaux, WA connections sent me an email today with the title being about “Monster Trees” with content about logging. I’ve been asked many times if I know what was the... That's not all, read on!

On TV: Doomsday Preppers ‘Taking From The Haves’ Review

Sorry for getting this review of episode 5 (season 2) of National Geographic Channel’s Doomsday Preppers TV series out a little later than usual, but I’ve been tied up with other things. “Taking From the Haves,” which aired Tuesday night, Dec...
by Survival And Prosperity on Dec 14, 2012

‘Gimmick’ offense runs out of gas

None of it mattered to Richard Sherman. It didn’t matter what the critics and analysts predicted going into the game. It didn’t matter how goodContinue Reading »...
by Seahawks 12th Man Army on Oct 18, 2012

US National Parks: The 4 Biggest Advantages of Autumn Travel

Along the Skyline Trail in Mt Rainier National Park, WAHaving worked for the National Park Service (NPS), one of the best ranger travel secrets I learned is that the best time to visit many US national parks is fall, not summer. The deserts of the&nb...
by The Indie Traveler on Oct 9, 2012

Pacific Northwest Timelapse (video)

(If you can't see this video, click here.)...
by Sugar Pine Realty/GMAC on Sep 14, 2012

Northwest Exposure: A Time-Lapse

Photographer John Eklund turns 260,000 images of the Pacific Northwest into four minutes of time-lapse heaven.The post Northwest Exposure: A Time-Lapse appeared first on TrekWorld.
by TrekWorld on Sep 12, 2012

Native invaders divide loyalties

As if to mimic the weirder and weirder weather human-caused climate disruption is cooking up for us, related science stories seem to come in floods and droughts. Yes, research trends become fashionable too (imagine a science fashion show? – but...
by Conservation Bytes on Sep 6, 2012

Bigfoot Spider Found In Caves In The Pacific Northwest

Whenever Bigfoot is discussed, experts like to throw out facts about new species being discovered all the time. And rightly so. Not that it proves the big guy (or gal) exists, but it does a lot to silence the skeptics who believe we’ve found ev...
by The Occult Section on Aug 20, 2012

Sweet Journey Home…

by My Southern Heart on Aug 13, 2012


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