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San Juan Archipelago, Washington State, United States
A society formed in 2009 for the purpose of collecting, preserving, celebrating, and disseminating the maritime history of the San Juan Islands and northern Puget Sound area. Check this log for tales from out-of-print publications as well as from members and friends. There are circa 650, often long entries, on a broad range of maritime topics; there are search aids at the bottom of the log. Please ask for permission to use any photo posted on this site. Thank you.

2019 ❖ MT. BAKER WITH ONE BALDIE


Bald eagles are known for hanging out where they have
a good view. This one on Spindle Rock has the view
locked in while seeking a bit of lunch and
gathering sticks to weave one of the largest nests
stretching five to six feet across.

Click here to hear vocals
Click on the green arrow to hear the eagle recorded
by Gerrit Vyn.
Courtesy of Cornell Ornithology Lab.
These photos of Mt. Baker, Whatcom County,
and the fellow in the top photo on the
navigational aid in San Juan County
are courtesy of Lance Douglas,
shooting from "Driftwood Beach"
on the north side of Blakely Island, WA.

This sun-filled day of 13 January 2019.
A beautiful day in the neighborhood.
Thanks Lance.
13 January 2019

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