The Arts Council of Snohomish County and Supporters of Beth Cassidy present a Branch Quilt Raffle to benefit the Beth Cassidy Recovery Fund
In November 2003, Beth was diagnosed with recurring melanoma cancer in the lymph glands of her left leg and abdomen. She has since undergone two surgeries to remove the lymph glands and will be receiving treatment throughout the spring and into the summer. Her prognosis is very positive but she has been unable to work and can’t attend craft shows until the end of April. Beth does have medical insurance but it’s not covering all of her expenses.
Ketzel Levine, NPR’s doyenne of dirt, interviewed Bob Van Pelt on Morning Edition today. Hopefully this link will be good for awhile: Bushwhacking with a Big-Tree Hunter. There’s a link to the interview (which you will need Real player to hear) and a nice gallery of some of Bob’s beautiful tree pictures.
Bob is the author Champion Trees of Washington State and Forest Giants of the Pacific Coast. Personal experience has established that he also knows his way through a good pint.
An overnight hike in the company of Mr. A.L. Jacobson and Ms. E. Roehl, September 11-12, 2002. Mt. Townsend is in the northeastern Olympics, above the town of Quilcene, WA. From the top, the view includes Victoria, Port Townsend, Seattle, and Bremerton. Along the trail, ALJ identified 16 different berries. Snapshots.