ANACORTES, Wash. — This city on Fidalgo Island, facing Puget Sound, and Madera have a lot in common. Both came into being in frontier territory in the late 1870s.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
I hope everyone is surviving these dog days of summer. Stay hydrated and keep cool the best you can. If you have the opportunity for a respite to a cooler locale, take it. That’s what we did last week.
SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash. — This little city (4,300 souls) for many years was mostly a logging town, but in the past decade or so has become a sculpture gallery.
William Saroyan was apparently not the easiest person in the world with which one could deal.
Albeit rather slowly. First off, thank you for all the emails, calls and correspondence to me and/or my gal about my down time after reading that replacement “best of” (?) column Wednesday.
“We have learned that there is only One Substance, out of which everything is made.”
— Ernest Holmes, “Science of Mind”
SEDRO WOOLLEY, Wash. — One of the things you notice when visiting small towns between Seattle and the Canadian border is that the planners in those towns all took the same class.