A House in the Suburbs of Watchville
As I mentioned on YouTube, as a member in the #watchfam, it is sad to hear that Watchville is shutting down. But, and pardon the pun here, times have changed since Kevin Rose first put together Watchville. Now, with the free(mium) app called Feedly, you can put together your own custom Watchville together. The concept of feed readers, apps and services that aggregate website RSS feeds, have been around since the dawn of RSS. Long before we had push notifications on our smart devices…
Meeting the Gentle Giant of the PNW | The Giant Pacific Octopus
Keystone is perhaps best known by locals for the ferry crossing that goes from Whidbey Island to Port Townsend. I, like so many, take this crossing regularly either visit family or to venture out to the Olympic Peninsula. The ferry port is just below the old Fort Casey (Historical State Park), and directly adjacent to where the ferry makes its runs for the day, are some old dock piling and line of rocks making a jetty. Match that with a strong current in that area, and you have yourself the perfect conditions to find yourself a GPO, or the Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini).
The Charlotte 🤿 Shipwreck Dive
Wait…there is a shipwreck in Lake Whatcom, in Bellingham? Goonies never say die! When you think “lets dive shipwreck”, chances are Lake Whatcom in Bellingham Washington isn’t going to be the first place you’d think to look. Curious, I hit the Google with a barrage of search terms, trying to see if there were any […]
Analog Explorer Adventure School & Blok 33
The Blok 33 watch is a powerful tool for any father looking to teach their child time managment or just how to read a watch. On the Analog Explorer Adventure School series…