Well, it’s winter in Puget Sound.
The runs are over, but you can still see the occasional skeleton along the banks of the rivers in the area. These skeletons are the remains of one of the most famous of Puget Sounds residents, the Salmon.Continue reading
This last weekend was dominated by a trip to Issaquah, a little town outside of Bellevue, WA. Every year, coinciding with the the return of the Salmon from their long journey to the ocean, a festival is held called “Salmon Days.”Continue reading
No really, Mussels. These things are cool. They’re yummy in seafood, they siphon out all the crap from the water, they feed a ton of animals, and they even attack snails with something resembling snot. Continue reading
This is an interview I conducted on the fly with Robert Otis, PhD, back in 2010Continue reading