• August 2009

    Chanterelles

    August 27, 2009

    We’re really excited to have wild chanterelles to sell in the seafood store. Preston from Wild West dropped them off this morning, along with some advice about how to cook them. He recommends dry-sauteing the mushrooms for about 8 minutes so, or until all the water cooks out of them. You can save the mushroom […]

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    It does feel like fall..

    August 25, 2009

    but don’t worry, snow is still a long ways off. Several weeks ago we lost our camera’s battery charger. Since then, we’ve had to rely on our friends for blog photos. Today we finally bit the bullet and ordered a new charger online, so we’ll have current photos to share with you soon. But in […]

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    but still not hoity toity:

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    Tree Rings of the Ocean

    August 18, 2009

    Geoduck shell photo shoot.

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    Art, Free For All!

    August 13, 2009

    Sunday, August 16th we’ll be barbecuing oysters and steaming clams at the McReavy House Museum Art Free-for-All, in Union, Washington. There will be arts and crafts demonstrations throughout the day, so stop on by to learn about basket weaving, goat cheese making, screen printing, and flame working. View of the Olympic Mountains, in the winter, […]

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    Oyster Barge Dive

    August 10, 2009

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    Bridge Love

    August 7, 2009

    Martha Archer via Andy McDonald. And then a scenic Canal shot, sans bridge:

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    rock and wood work

    August 4, 2009

    Our friend Evan from Villines Masonry worked all last week (in the record breaking heat) putting a Hamma Hamma river rock facade on the new building. Here he is below, drinking a Bubble Up: Portable sawmiller Dan Stewart milled up the beautiful cedar beams, along with some window trim and interior siding, from trees harvested […]

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