Here in the Pacific Northwest, winter held on deep into spring. When the weather changed, it did so quickly - from 40 degree daytime highs to 88. This has finally triggered the wildflowers and flowers found at various farms. I purchased a season pass to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Oregon.
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Look ahead at the tides and wind and plan your paddle to see the sand dollar beds in Netarts Bay. They are awesome! The Eccentric Sand Dollar (Dendraster excentricus) is an echinoderm, like sea stars and sea urchins. They typically enjoy warmer waters with higher salinity, but the slow moving, s
Going 'home' is so vital right now, we all want to be among the people we love. All of us, every human on earth has had to change plans and alter our lives due to COVID. Weddings have been cancelled or missed, graduations were altered and visits to family were cancelled. My wife, Abby, and I are
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