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Taut Lines

by Matt Sutherland

To fish is to know the singular, electrifying moment when fish, bait, line, rod, and wrist all sense the others in a shock of surprise. The sensation is such a rush, few anglers are content to experience it only once—whether an... Read More

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By the Shore

by Kristine Morris

If you’re looking for a guide to all things Pacific Northwest that’s just about perfect, this is it. Author Nancy Blakey offers a wealth of information, from a description of the exquisite “sound of silence” at the Hoh Rain... Read More

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Orca

by Kristine Morris

“As a boy, I saw my dad cry on only three occasions,” writes Jason Colby. “One was his father’s funeral. The other two involved dead orcas.” Colby’s father had been in the business of capturing and selling killer whales for... Read More

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Gunflint Burning

by Kristine Morris

May 5, 2007, was a day like any other in Steve Posniak’s beloved Boundary Waters, except for one thing: the weather. Low humidity, higher-than-normal daytime temperatures, and robust winds made the area ripe for wildfires. Not the most... Read More

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The Ashokan Way

by Kristine Morris

Gail Straub’s contemplative walks along the Ashokan Reservoir, nestled among the Catskill Mountains, are chronicled in thirty-six poignant and heartfelt essays that are a feast for the senses. As the seasons change, moving through... Read More

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