Aug 19 2018

E-dock Rock the dock/Movie night

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E dock had their inaugural open mic night followed by a movie at sunset!  Several boaters on the dock provided singing, guitar, keyboard and harmonica talent for our neighbors enjoyment.  At 8pm, everyone went home, grabbed a bite to eat, warm clothes and a chair and at sunset we rear-projected the movie Captain Ron on a screen on the back of a powerboat.  Popcorn was served and about 20 people attended..some by dinghy.  Now that we know it works, next time we will “put out he word”.




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Aug 15 2018

Motorcyclist and Car Collision on Seaview this morning

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Motorcyclist in stable condition following collision near Shilshole Marina

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Aug 08 2018

National Night Out-Shilshole

It was another beautiful evening for the Port of Seattle Police/Shilshole Marina’s annual BBQ.  Several hundred marina tenants enjoyed burgers, hot dogs, salads and refreshments with a live band to entertain.

This was the 16th year of this opportunity to meet and mingle with our Port Police and Marina staff to continue building a better community here at Shilshole.  A big thank you to them for all they did!

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Aug 01 2018

Manzanita Bay, Bainbridge Island

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A beautiful harbor with easy anchorage and often overlooked as one hurries to Poulsbo, Manzanita Bay is just to port after the bridge as you go through Agate Pass.  You can go back to the quiet end of the bay or, as we like to do, stay out at the mouth for the sunsets.  Though there is no formal beach or dock for the boating public, there are a couple street ends (public right of way) that will get you onto the island for walking or biking the trails and nearby parks.


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Jul 26 2018

Adrift paddleboards, kayaks wasting the Coast Guard’s time, money

“In the month of July, search and rescue crews responded to an average of one unmanned-adrift paddlecraft in the Puget Sound region every day,” according to the Coast Guard. Read the article here on…


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