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Al Bergstein
Works at Mountainstone Productions
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Nice short overview of the benefits of beach restoration in the Salish Sea. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP0zUwKUBEs&feature=youtu.be
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My thoughts on the passing of marine biologist and author Eva Saulitis. 
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today at 10AM PST - Watch it! 
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I am very worried about the state of the earth.  I am not sure how long we have left.
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Update on Fukushima Radiation.
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Good news from the State Dept. of Ecology. After 150 years of industrial use, Gamble Bay is being restored. 
A long-awaited cleanup of Port Gamble Bay is just about ready to launch. Work is scheduled to start Monday, with the removal of old pilings treated with toxic creosote. A number of other piers, doc...
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Bakken Crude oil terminals slated to be built on the Washington Coast. Anyone care to comment on their Draft EIS? What possibly could go wrong with 1178 more oil trains and 638 more oil tankers  a year moving through the central Washington coast and it's pristine shores? 
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With all the fraking going causing an oil glut, why should we threaten this fragile coastline? Makes no sense.
The trains pollute the air and create a lot of sound that could disrupt the people's homes who chose to live there way before the idea of the trains.
Trains are known to cause health problems to people by disrupting sleep. The train companies, once they have the right-of-way will most likely run their loads as much as they can. They have already raised their decibles of their horns.
This is a horrible idea and should be squashed as soon as possible




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What are we becoming? And why? 
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Another wonderful underwater shot by Bruce Kerwin of the life found off Point Hudson in Admiralty Inlet. 
Here's another wonderful shot by Bruce Kerwin at the jetty of Point Hudson. Friend and marine educator Libby Palmer send me additional info: "Red Dendronotid is the name of one particular type of n...
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Congratulations to Jude Rubin for winning the 2015 Eleanor Stopps Environmental Award. Read why she did at : www.olyopen.com
Jude Rubin has been awarded the Eleanor Stopps Environmental Award. Eleanor was once named "Citizen of the Century" by Jefferson County, the only person ever to receive that title, for her tireless...
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The battle over a proposed multiple oil terminals in the area of the Quinault Indian Nation 's traditional fishing grounds. Here's their take. 
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A great read for anyone in environmental education or outreach. 
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My comments on a letter published in the Times Colonist today, regarding the never ending debate on Victoria's sewage problem.
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I've had nothing but positive experiences from Scotty and his crew. Just want to give a big shout out to them for fixing my master cylinder in my Mercedes/Chrysler Sprinter. It had started to go out in Northern CA on my way home on 1. It was a bit scary. Les Schwab in Cresent City drained and bled the brakes, but told me it was the master cylinder. 50 miles up the road or so I took it to the Chrysler dealer in Brookings. The very polite mechanic who said that he helped service a fleet of similar ambulances there told me that 'it was normal to have brakes that soft with them'. He said there was nothing wrong and told me to drive it home. I gingerly drove up the coast and eventually dropped it at Scotty's. He confirmed that the brakes were scary, and now they are fixed. Thanks!
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Great folks, super customer service. Always cheerful and have a spectacular inventory. If you need feed or a present for someone who likes birds, this is the place.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
who cares if the decor is ok and the service slow because everyone eats there. We love the Waterfront, and it's the only place I go for pizza. It's not heaven, but it's damn good pizza.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Asked to do a review of my quick repair yesterday. I've been a customer of Honda of Seattle off and on for over two decades, but not as often as I don't live close enough to go there all the time. Recently took my van in for a recall fix as I had errands in Seattle. I can say that the service department still seems excellent. I think that the possible extra cost of taking it to a dealer is offset by the expertise they bring.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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My wife and I recently returned from 8 days on the river with GCE. The trip was just superb. Greg E. and his buddy Colby were great folks to have as boatman and swamper. Logistics were excellent. Food fabulous. We also lucked out and got a great group of people by the luck of the draw. I would highly recommend GCE to anyone going down the river, and if you have any doubts about going, just do it. The trip is one of the best trips of any kind I've ever taken. The Canyon from the river is just beyond description.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
One of the finest movie houses in the NW, and now all digital.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Just had to repair a 4 year old hot tub that was bought elsewhere (and was out of business). Mike and Troy did a great job of troubleshooting it, getting a part in and fixing it. Won my business in the future. Great guys, great work, great attitude.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago