Port Townsend, Washington  and Beach Adventures
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Port Townsend, Washington and Beach Adventures

These white sand beaches here remind me of the story about Grandfather and the Fisherman, from Tom Brown Jr. Here’s a link to the story if you aren’t familiar with it!http://wildwoodtracking.com/awareness/tott/tottfall93pg15.html A great hike in this beautiful park. The Tamanowas Rock Sanctuary. In 2013, the rock was purchased with 62 acres of surrounding land by…

La Conner, Washington
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La Conner, Washington

We soaked up La Conner, Washington where we stayed during the month of February. La Conner is not usually as sleepy as it is now. Since COVID there are less tourists around and the streets are quiet. The state has just opened up a bit more so the restaurants are starting to be busy again……still…

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Supporting Girls In Our Community: Training for Earth Arts Mentors

Support Girls In Our Community! For more than ten years, Earth Arts has been bringing girls – and women – into the woods. Our alumni girls tell us how these programs have helped them transition to healthy womanhood. They say that Earth Arts connected them to nature and to themselves. We think that supporting girls…

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Learn About Super-Efficient Heating – And Support Earth Arts!

Curious about how you can build a stove that will heat your space – and store heat to provide overnight warming for up to 48 hours? Earth Arts supported the launch of this new video, and as a special thanks, the producers are offering to donate a percentage of sales to Earth Arts. To learn…

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Explore Earth Arts Boys Programs for Winter

Are you looking for an opportunity for your older boy (ten and up) to find a deeper understand of, and connection to, themselves, their peers, their community, and the Earth? Brothers of the Forest brings together boys and mentors Pierce Walsh and Sam Bosco to complete hands on projects, adventure challenges and cooperative group games, all…