Seeing It Through

4:30am is too early even for me. It’s an hour I reserve for (sleep! but occasionally) setting off on very long drives, or taking family to the airport. Once up, I’m not going back to bed. No one else is up yet, either; best to turn the hour into a feature. One morning last August, … More Seeing It Through

Deception Pass

One hundred seventy square miles must be quite enough space to encourage regional division. I usually think of smallish islands as single entities, and only parcel out big places like California into compass-based sections. But clearly I have been mistaken. Businesses on Whidbey Island, Washington proudly label themselves as belonging to North, South, or Central. … More Deception Pass