Hey, its: Wednesday, July 17

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Orcas Today: Wednesday, July 17th

Ladies Intermediate Tennis
Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 9:00-11:00am at Buck Park
Free, drop-in, ages 16 and older.

Reiki Experience Series
July 17th at 7:00pm
Pebble Cove Farm is now offering experiences to sooth your soul and brighten your summer. The latest – Reiki Experience with Alignment Healings’ Lepeng. Remember to RSVP at www.alignmenthealings.com.


Get out and Hike

Mount Constitution Loop – Difficult

6.7 miles. 1,490 feet elevation gain and loss For a great exploratory trek across Mount Constitution’s steep eastern face try the Mount Constitution Loop trail. Park at Mountain Lake to commence a steep climb towards the crest of the mountain where the trail will join with the Little Summit to Mount Constitution Trail. Follow the route through wooded hills, with marvelous views of Lummi Island and the Salish Sea, towards the summit and stone tower lookout. Once at the summit, the trail crosses the parking lot and continues down to Twin Lakes, then running south for a shaded woodland hike through the park’s largely undisturbed wooded interior back to Mountain Lake. Ambitious hikers can continue on the Mountain Lake Loop Trail, or cut straight back to the camping area. Make sure to come well prepared for this long, invigorating hike through some of Moran State Park’s most variable and primal terrain.

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A Bite Of Orcas

Kingfish Inn – By Simon

A Brief Overview The evening started, as it so often does, with a glass of Prosecco, but it was some time before and only shortly after my dinner companion and I arrived outside the restaurant that we began to catch the enchanting smells wafting from the open kitchen.  These were followed closely by the bright orange glows shining off the polished metal kitchen appliances that were visible to us, glows from whatever freshly flambéed food the Chef had been working on. Nestled on what could be considered a hill, with some imagination, overlooking west sound and its accompanying marina, Kingfish Inn (est. 1902) appears at first to be a…

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