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Rus·tic : rəstik : [adjective] : having a simplicity and charm that is considered typical of the countryside. :  :  : Here, while driving to St. Maries
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To·ma·to : təˈmādō : [noun] : a glossy red, or occasionally yellow, pulpy edible fruit that is typically eaten as a vegetable or in salad. :  :  :
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View : vyo͞o: [noun] : the ability to see something or to be seen from a particular place. :  :  : Here, along the Raging River, just outside the to
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Fer·ris Wheel : ferəs (h)wēl : [noun] : an amusement-park or fairground ride consisting of a giant vertical revolving wheel with passenger cars suspended
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Rose : rōz : [noun] : a prickly bush or shrub that typically bears red, pink, yellow, or white fragrant flowers, native to north temperate regions. Numerou
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Jel·ly·fish : jelēˌfiSH : [noun] : a free-swimming marine coelenterate with a jellylike bell- or saucer-shaped body that is typically transparent and has
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Sign·post : sīnˌpōst : [noun] : a sign giving information such as the direction and distance to a nearby town or other place, typically found at a crossr
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Zin·ni·a : zinēə : [noun] : an American plant of the daisy family that is widely cultivated for its bright showy flowers. :  :  : Last summer a good
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Bu·oy : bo͞oē : [noun] : an anchored float serving as a navigation mark, to show reefs or other hazards, marking crab pots and fishing nets, or for moorin
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Twi·light : twīˌlīt : [noun] : the soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon, caused by the refraction and scattering of the sun's
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Christian, Photographer and Blogger - THE VIEW FROM RIGHT HERE - A Pacific NW Photography Blog
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Photographer and Blogger @ THE VIEW FROM RIGHT HERE.

In my spare time you'll find me behind the viewfinder of my Pentax K5 DSLR.

'The View From Right Here' is more than a Seattle photography blog, it is a Pacific Northwest photography blog, giving you a glimpse of the beautiful region where I have always lived. 

Come along to visit urban scenes, city streets, off the beaten path, around the next bend and down any blue highway nearby.

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Colorful Buoys – Weekly Top Shot #104
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Buoys, bright and colorful, intended to be seen in all manner of weather. : : : Here, at Fishermen's Terminal, some colorful buoys are drape

Abortion and the Campaign for Immorality
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Grace to You... John MacArthur’s in-depth Bible teaching brings the life-transforming truth of God’s Word to millions of people every day.

End Piracy, Not Liberty – Google
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Millions of Americans oppose SOPA and PIPA because these bills would censor the Internet and slow economic growth in the U.S.. Two bills bef

You can help @MittRomney turn around America by contributing to his camp...
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A contribution from you, today, will go towards advancing a campaign that is centered on job creation and economic growth.

Heron Island Ferry
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Bright skies, brilliant snowy peaks and deep ultramarine blue waters. Such is the view at the private ferry dock to Heron Island on Key Peni

Double H Photography
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It takes a great man to extend chore time by almost double because I was constantly asking him to stop, back up, let me out, hold on before

Jim Lundgren Photography: Wet Feet
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New Projects, Tips And Lessons, Along With News From The Photography World. Jim Lundgren Photography. Home · Visit My Website · Find Me On F

Jim Lundgren Photography: Late Summer on Mt. Hood
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Home · Visit My Website · Find Me On Facebook · Circle Me on G+ · Tips And Lessons · About Me. Monday, January 28, 2013. Late Summer on Mt.

Jim Lundgren Photography: Rocky Beach
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Since my wife had to work today, my son and I spent the afternoon wandering around Whidbey Island. We played at some playgrounds, explored t

Hog Heaven
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Bzzzz or oink? Or perhaps bzzink? Here, grazing lazily in a front yard garden, 'Bumble Pig' finds a permanent home. During 2001 and again du

Busted | The View From Right Here
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Busted. Published October 2, 2011 | By Madge. Broke…busted…neglected… Along a rural dirt road in the Palouse, this tractor sits not only bus

Harvest Ready Washington Wheat | The View From Right Here
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Harvest Ready Washington Wheat. Published August 25, 2011 | By Madge. Still basking in the hot August sun, spring wheat has reached maturity

Port of Seattle | The View From Right Here
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Norweigian Star Cruise Passengers Watch Berthing in Seattle. Published July 9, 2011 | By Madge. Early on a summer morning at 05:19, the Norw

Season's Greetings from WDFW
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Season&#39;s greetings to everyone from the Washington Department of Fish &amp; Wildlife. Enjoy the slideshow of some of Washington&#39;s fa

He Knows – Weekly Top Shot #63He Knows - Weekly Top Shot #63
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He knows when you need a haircut and when you'll be coming in. Not really, but Rick's barbershop is no more. The building where his shop was

Survivors Will be Shot | The View From Right Here
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Survivors Will be Shot. Published December 7, 2011 | By Madge. Security has been tightened on this local farm… Out for a drive in Pierce Cou

Midnight Lights – Weekly Top Shot #16
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Flashes light the night at CenturyLink Field… Created by Jimmy Diebold, this short two minute video is not only entertaining but full of &amp;#3

Faith of Our Fathers
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&#39;Faith of our fathers living still…&#39; The first line of an old Christian hymn written by Frederick Faber in 1849, it is still sung in

Christmas in the Northwest – Christmas Cheer #1Christmas in the Northwes...
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'...Christmas in the Northwest is a gift God wrapped in green.'Christmas in the Northwest, always a gift of God, and again this year it will

Drinks were good, fries tasted good, BUT WAY OVER PRICED for a small local eatery, $10 for a martini... $2 for about 20 french fries...
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reviewed 5 months ago
I have been buying my garden pottery at Washington Pottery for many years. They offer a good selection of 'seconds' year round, especially if you're looking for typical red terracotta pots, want a bargain and don't care if there's a chip or ding. A couple times of year they have sales, where you can pickup gorgeous glazed pots (from their regular inventory not seconds) of every size and color for about 1/3 to 1/2 what you'll pay at garden shops in the Seattle area. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My husband and I have had a number of meals here and the food is always good. Their fish and chips rival any fish cafe. Their chicken salad was as good as any I've had at 'better' restaurants. My husband says the prime rib sandwich is to die for good and has it every time we eat here. Beer to suit every taste and of course mine is Georgetown Brewery, Manny's Pale Ale. Somewhat of a dive bar, but blue collar comfort and mood.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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My husband and I have had a couple meals here and the food is very good. Their food is typical tavern food, but quite delicious. Very good fish and chips. Pool tables for those inclined and beer to suit every taste and of course mine is Georgetown Brewery, Manny's Pale Ale. Somewhat of a dive bar, but blue collar comfort and mood.
Atmosphere: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
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