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Al Bergstein
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Out today doing a first pass on a new kelp survey protocol. For the Jefferson County marine resources committee. With Ashley, Lucas, Judy and Nam.
Citizen science at work. Lots of good feedback on the protocol from real world use. and a great day on the water!
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Great video on scientific trawling Puget Sound. 
In a new video, Dayv Lowry of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife does a great job explaining how scientific trawling provides information about the kinds of creatures that hang out on the bottom of Puget Sound.
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Check it out. Your assumptions about the effects of the drought may need updating. 
The average American consumes more than 300 gallons of California water each week by eating food that was produced there.
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It is sad what is happening to California.  I truly believe that this country should have a water line instead of an oil line. We had a beautiful grape vine here while we lived here.  I will truly miss it.  We are heading out of here around the end of June (hopefully).  The way Craig gets paid we have to live somewhere with no house payments and that means not Colorado.  Colorado has experienced a house boom that you would not believe. 
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A rare find by Eduardo Neves, of a 1947 composition by Pixinguinha. 

Ensemble Pixinguinha, coached by Jovino Santos Neto and Eduardo Neves.  Probably never played by an orchestra as written since 1947. Brought to us by Eduardo Neves. 

David Schorr, bass
Julia Kingrey, bassoon
Paul Becker, clarinet
Michael Cantrell, clarinet
Kenneth Morris,  clarinet
Lisa Seifert, clarinet
Danuzio Lima, flute
Reid McLean, flute
Sonja Wiedenhaupt, flute
John Beard, guitar
Felicia de Sanctis, guitar
Charles, Henry, pandiero
Katchie Cartwright, piccolo, flute
Kevin MacCartney, tenor saxophone
Karen Iglitzin, violin
Gwen Franz, violin/viola

Guest instructors Anat Cohen  and Douglas Lora joined in.
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Goodbye to a leader of salmon restoration on the Olympic Peninsula. I was honored to have interviewed him and his wife Marie. 
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Gypsy jazz band Pearl Django live from Wintergrass now! Www.concertwindow.com/wintergrass donate what you want but free to watch.
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Immensely thankful that my company Mountainstone Productions has been given the ability to do the first live broadcast from Wintergrass bluegrass festival.  We respect the high production values that represent WG and are working hard to be ready to translate that to the web. Live from Bellevue Washington, the best bluegrass you'll see in February! 
https://www.concertwindow.com/wintergrass
For the first time ever, Wintergrass will be broadcasting live shows from the festival. Friday night's lineup includes Jayme Stone & the Lomax Project, Kathy Kallick & Laurie Lewis, Jeff Scroggins & Colorado and the G Burns Jug Band. Saturday catch Joe Craven, Pearl Django, Cahalen Morrison & Eli West and True North. Interviews with the artist will be featured between shows. The shows will be shot beautifully with 3 cameras, great lights, gre...
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From my series 'Beach Scenes'. 
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My entire group of screen grabs from the video shoot of the 2015 Port Townsend Wearable Arts show. Fun stuff! 
http://www.mountainstoneproductions.com/Professional/2015-Wearable-Art-Show/
Video production and still photography in the Pacific Northwest
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The amazing Joe Craven streaming livenow on Concert Window from Wintergrass. Live fun! www.concertwindow.com/wintergrass 
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just finally adding this to the group. 
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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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reviewed 3 weeks 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 - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 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 - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago