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Pacific Bonsai Museum Native Exhibit

I attended the opening celebration of the new “Native” exhibit at the Pacific Bonsai Museum, in Federal Way, Washington. This is an exhibit I was anxiously anticipating. Even the rain showers didn’t keep me away! The pairing of the the … Continue reading

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The Art of Bonsai

Blossoming Plum Bonsai I recently visited the Pacific Bonsai Museum, located in Federal Way, Washington. Saturday, April 8th will be the opening celebration of a new exhibit called “Natives.” Below are a few photos I took of some of the … Continue reading

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Historically Haunting Port Gamble

You are looking at the most haunted house in Washington State. The location: Port Gamble – located on the northern shores of the Hood Canal and Puget Sound. Thanks to a recent article in the local Tacoma News Tribune, I … Continue reading

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From Wide Open Spaces to Mountain Scenery

It’s been a very busy, past two weeks, with all the traveling and sight-seeing I’ve been doing. Things are back to normal now. The last few places visited involved both wide open spaces and also a bit of mountain scenery. … Continue reading

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A Trip to the Pacific Bonsai Museum

On a nice autumn day, I took a trip to the Pacific Bonsai Museum located in Federal Way, Washington. It contains Pacific Rim bonsai collections from Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. The original name of the … Continue reading

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