The PBY – Naval Air Museum tells stories through a mix of photographs, artifacts, text, military uniforms, and hands-on activities. It tells both the big stories and the small individual stories of our men and women in service.
While a sommelier can tell you what tastes are in a wine, he or she cannot tell you what all really goes into a wine. That’s especially true when with the community that grows at harvest time.
The story of the PBY-5A Catalina and how it transformed Oak Harbor into a WWII Navy Seaplane Base is a fascinating tale, and one that’s exemplified by “Gigi,” a PBY-5A Catalina that first came to Oak Harbor in 1943 and now sits on display in the city.
Fall reminds us that the natural world is made up of cycles. Summer has done its deed and winter approaches.
Some days are just more fun than others, even if it involves work. It helps when you’re working at Deception Pass.
Researchers are finding that getting out in nature can sharpen your mind, reduce stress, and help you focus in work. All great reasons to schedule some vacations outside that big city you’re working in.
It had been cloudy and a bit drizzly all day, the kind of day where Pacific Northwest gray pushed through your coat and found that spot that gives you chills. Warm light was something that would need to be manufactured today. But, the end of the day would be different.
The best stargazing locations are away from the city lights, where the dark sky offers millions of stars to view. Even though the weather is more predictable on the east side of the Cascade Mountains, the west side offers premier locations too. Camp Casey on Whidbey Island is one such premier location.
In the movie “Lost and Found” two boys are sent for the summer to their uncle on a remote island – Walton Island. They find adventure and a bit of danger as they hunt for a family treasure. While Walton Island is fiction, the inspiration for that island is very real. It’s Whidbey Island. The movie’s creator, Joseph Itaya, grew …
Recently picked garlic hangs to dry inside the barn at Rosehip Farm on Whidbey Island. by Jack Penland The dump truck was losing its load of garlic a little at a time. Every few seconds a knob would catch the wind and go sailing. One might hit the pavement, smashing in a small explosion. Another might leave the road and …