Robert Michael Pyle: A Rare Species

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King tide waves delight (and terrify) spectators at the Westport Viewing Tower.

Westport: Wet, Wise and Worthy

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Let life on the edge in Westport draw you in and shift your perspective Written and photographed by Joni Kabana When I first rolled into the coastal town of Westport, on Grays Harbor, I could not make out the commotion that was happening on the break wall. People were lined atop the barrier’s black boulders, clapping and cheering, steadying themselves against high winds. Seeing this much excitement from a crowd of people during such cold, blustery weather startled me. Little did I know what I was in for over the next two days.  I approached the break wall and could…

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Amber Park's Wanderlust Delicato

Gastronomy: Wanderlust Delicato

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written by Cara Strickland For years, Amber Park had dreamed of opening a place where she could gather the bounty of the world, as well as people to enjoy it. That dream became Wanderlust Delicato, a wine, cheese and charcuterie shop in downtown Spokane. You can stop in for a glass of wine and a bite to eat, or check out the selection of local beer and cider.  Park has resumed her popular cooking classes, while limiting class sizes. They often feature local guest chefs, farmers, nutritionists and cookbook authors. By joining the wine club, you let Park introduce you…

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Robert Pyle walking in the forest

Robert Michael Pyle: A Rare Species

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Renowned butterfly expert, natural history writer, novelist & poet Robert Michael Pyle is the subject of a feature film, has three new books, an album & a new focus written by Cathy Carroll Sweating hard and grunting, he made slow, steady progress, keeping his eyes down in the steeper bits, which showed him the tracks of bobcat and deer and the scat of coyote. “Finally topping out, some forty-eight hundred feet above Puget Sound, I gained the spine called Juniper Ridge,” Robert Michael Pyle wrote in Where Bigfoot Walks: Crossing the Dark Divide. “A big orange day moth wafted overhead,…

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