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Entries from June 2005

Nordic Track, anyone?

June 23rd, 2005 · 1 Comment

I’ve made my annual pilgrimage and paid my tribute to the god of the Rotary Auction. So has the writer of I Love Bainbridge Island. This year I hoped that a few bags of clothing and a bed frame would help satisfy this hungry deity for another 363 days. An article in the Seattle Times [...]

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More island bloggers

June 23rd, 2005 · No Comments

As soon as I posted my list of local bloggers earlier this month, it became obsolete, as Bainbridge Beat pointed out. Lisa Williams in her comment asked how many people live on the island. For a community of approximately 20,000, we now have a ratio close to 1 blogger per 1,000 residents! But now here [...]

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KiDiMu: The Kids Discovery Museum on Bainbridge Island

June 11th, 2005 · 2 Comments

In April, KiDiMu, the Kids Discovery Museum on Bainbridge Island, opened with a fun Rainforest exhibit. Although we don’t usually purchase memberships, we joined the museum after our first visit. I know we’ll be going there at least once a month and it only takes five visits for our family to justify the cost. I’m [...]

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Blogs on Bainbridge Island are rapidly reproducing…

June 11th, 2005 · 6 Comments

In the beginning it was Ted and me. Or so I believed. We were the only ones. But I was wrong. A year ago, I could count the number of island bloggers I knew on one hand. Now, thanks in part to the Technorati feed Mike Houser created, I have a list of two dozen, [...]

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Corrective lenses: myopia strikes again!

June 10th, 2005 · 10 Comments

It is blurry but the memory is sharp in my mind. Piled into the old Ford van we called Big Red, my family drove down the suburban street at night: my mom, dad, baby brothers and preschooler me. From my seat I could see how we were headed down Northrup Way in Bellevue, past the [...]

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