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1. 5 Mistakes to Avoid when Buying Insurance
May 11, 2018

Buying insurance can be confusing, but when the unexpected happens - a house fire, a car accident or a bone fracture - it is a relief to know that some of those financial losses are going to be covered. But how do you know how much coverage you need? And what questions should you ask before buying a policy? Many consumers aren't very sure. Insurance coverage is far from one size fits all, so here are mistakes some consumers make when buying insurance. 1. Assuming insurance is out of reach. In some cases, consumers skip insurance because they think it's out of their budget. Often, that's no... (read more)

Author: Submit Zero

2. Life at Cape Flattery Lighthouse
May 07, 2018

In March of 1778 Captain James Cook sailed the waters of the North Washington Coast where there was an opening along the coastline. He named the place Cape Flattery because he thought he had been flattered into thinking it was a passage into The Strait of Juan de Fuca. In his logbook he wrote “In this very latitude geographers have placed the pretended Strait of Juan de Fuca. But nothing of that kind presented itself to our view, nor is it probable that any such thing ever existed.” Ten years later Captain John Meares managed to confirm the existence of the Strait of Juan de Fuca when he ... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

3. From a Church Bell to a Lighthouse (Point Wilson)
April 21, 2018

Point Wilson is located Northeast of the city of Port Townsend, Washington at the western side of Admiralty Inlet It was named by Captain George Vancouver in 1972 after his friend Captain George Wilson. This very important turn was first marked by a church bell because the point was often hidden by fog. The bell was donated to St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Port Townsend by Captain J. W. Sheldon on the condition that it be rung on foggy days. Musician John H Yates was so moved by the newspaper story of the bell that he wrote the hymn, "The Harbor Bell". ON June 20, 1878 Congress appropria... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

4. The Trials of Lighthouse Keeping
April 14, 2018

In 1792 Patos Island was named Isla de Patos (Island of Ducks), by Spanish Explorers Galiano and Bazan maybe because of the many ducks which inhabited the island. Interestingly, the island was a hiding place for smugglers due to its nearness to the Canadian border and its many trees and caves. The island's first light was on Boundary Pass just opposite Canada's Saturna Island. Patos Island is at the northern entrance to the Canal de Haro. This was a very dangerous passage because of strong currents and foggy weather. In March of 1891 Congress appropriated $12,000 to erect an aid to naviga... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

5. Alki Point: Kerosene Lantern to Lighthouse
March 31, 2018

A wedge shaped piece of West Seattle stretches into Puget Sound forming the southern boundary of Elliott Bay, the first settlers of which were Duwamish Indians. It was first named New York by Charles Terry who operated a store in that location. The place was later named Alki Point. In 1868 Hans Martin Hanson and his brother-in-law Knud Olson purchased the 260 acres of land from Dr. David Maynard. The purchase price was $450. Later Hanson and Olson divided the property with Hanson's portion being the point. Legend has it that sometime during the 1870s farmer Hanson hung a brass kero... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

6. Marrowstone Point Light and the "Triangle of Fire"
March 24, 2018

Near Port Townsend, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula extends a piece of low level ground known as Marrowstone Point. The point was named by captain George Vancouver after visiting the site in May of 1792 and spotting the clay that can be seen in the bluffs above the point. About October 1 1888 a lens lantern with a red light was mounted on a pole to mark the eastern entrance to Port Townsend Bay. In 1892 the Lighthouse board recommended a large fog bell be installed to warn of the sharp turn in the course when entering for leaving Puget Sound. $3,500 was allocated by Congress on March ... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

7. The Lighthouse That Sheltered an Indian Woman
March 17, 2018

The New Dungeness lighthouse was the second lighthouse in the state of Washington. It was first lit in December 14, 1858 following Cape Disappointment Light which was first lit in 1856. In 1927 its original 100 foot tower was lowered to 63 feet after several earthquakes and foul weather caused some structural damage making for the concern that it would topple. The lantern room from the decommissioned Admiralty head Lighthouse was removed and then placed on the shorter tower. A revolving Fresnel lens was installed in the new tower. William Henry Blake was the first keeper of the New ... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

8. Admiralty Head Lighthouse and the First Woman Keeper
March 07, 2018

On Whidbey Island located in Puget Sound Washington State is Fort Casey, the home of Admiralty Head Lighthouse and its seventeen year old female assistant keeper. Fort Casey is near the Coupeville Ferry Terminal. So, its a good idea to arrive early for your ferry giving you time to explore the lighthouse which is located inside Fort Casey Historical State Park. In 1858, 10 acres was purchased by the U. S. government to build a lighthouse. They paid $400.00 . This was the first lighthouse and was built of wood as a two story house with a tower rising from the gable. It was finished ... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

9. From Burning Trees To a Lighthouse
February 17, 2018

Cape Disappointment Lighthouse is located at the north side of the mouth of the Columbia River near Ilwaco, Washington. This is the story of its beginning. The Columbia drains a watershed area of about 259.000 square miles. The force of this great river meets the Pacific Ocean's massive mix of shifting channels, violent seas and high winds making for extremely dangerous navigation. Also, despite its wide mouth, mariners, historically, were often unable to find it. About 1812 a beacon was erected on top of the 700 foot cape by Hudson's Bay Company Employees in order to assist the Beav... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

10. Anonymity or $560 Million
February 10, 2018

Is it worth it to play the lottery and win? Maybe not! Wow! What would you do? A woman in New Hampshire won a $559.7 power ball jackpot in January. In order to remain anonymous she is refusing her winnings. According to present New Hampshire law she is required to publicly disclose her name, town and amount won. This according to a Fox news report. In a statement to Fox News lottery Executive Director Charlie McIntyre said “While we respect this player’s desire to remain anonymous, state statutes and lottery rules clearly dictate protocols". New Hampshire, though, does allow lotter... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

11. The African-American With Lewis and Clark
February 03, 2018

Everyone knows the story of Lewis and Clark and their journey from Camp Wood near St. Louis, Missouri to the Pacific Ocean . The expedition set out in May 14,1804 with Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. But very little is known of one of their very important companions. He was a black man named York. York was a slave owned by Clark's father and passed down to Clark in his father's will. It is believed that York married just before setting out on the famous 28 month trek west. It is not known if he had any children. We know very little of York and that is through the writings of Clark an... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

12. Why We Salute Our Flag
January 27, 2018

In light of recent actions by the NFL and some of its players this author felt it important to review the reasons why we pledge our allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America. The United States Flag has thirteen stripes alternating red and white from top to bottom. Each stripe represents one of the thirteen original colonies. In the upper left hand corner is a blue rectangle bearing 50 white stars. These stars represent the fifty states of the United States of America. The thirteen colonies which are represented by the stripes were the colonies that declared independenc... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

13. Beware The Mighty Rough Skinned Newt.
January 21, 2018

On a winter's day take a walk in the woods along the north coast. You might accidentally step on a rough skinned newt (Taricha granulosa Skilton) as they are camouflaged by fallen leaves on the forest floor They are encountered most often in rainy or cloudy weather. The newt has a rounded snout and its color ranges from light brown to brownish black or olive on top. The entire underside of the newt is orange to yellow. The skin is rough except for the males during mating season. Their size is 6 to 9 cm snout to vent. Their overall length is 11 to 18 cm. They have smaller eyes than the Cal... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

14. Eggs and Weight Loss
January 13, 2018

A commonly forgotten food in relation to weight loss is the egg. This article points out the role that eggs play in the weight loss scheme. One of the most nutritious foods you can eat are eggs. They contain large amounts of healthy fats, protein and important vitamins. They are also low in calories, each having about 78 calories. The egg is high in nutrients, especially the yolks. A three egg meal contains about 234 calories and with a generous portion of vegetables you have a nutritious meal of about 300 calories. Of course, if you fry the eggs, you must add about 50 calories for each t... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

15. Gold Coin Garage Door Repair Katy Hired Licensed and Insured Technicians to Expand Their Workforce
January 05, 2018

Katy, Texas - In a bid to become a top-flight garage door repair service provider in Katy, Texas, Gold Coin Garage Door Repair Katy TX recently recruited a number of licensed and insured technicians. The owners of the garage door repair service shop said that the insured and licensed technicians have all gone through months and years of on-site training and have received their certification after proving their efficiency in compliance with the guidelines provided by the American garage door repair technician organizations. Gold Coin Garage Door Repair Katy is all set to offer on-job tra... (read more)

Author: John Doe

16. Nine Things To Do If You Enjoy Housekeeping
December 31, 2017

Below are listed nine mistakes a lot of us make when keeping house. It is hoped that these suggestions will help.you save some time with this often unpleasant chore. 1. Vacuum the whole house and dust everything. The dirt falls onto your floors and you can vacuum all over again. You do this only if vacuuming is your favorite thing to do. 2. Throw everything into the washing machine together, especially the fuzzy things in with the non fuzzy. Then you can spend the rest of the day picking lint from the fuzzy items like towels from the rest of the laundry. And, unless you love to spen... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

17. Clean House Not pocketbook
December 19, 2017

Home made cleaning solutions offer less expensive and and environmentally safer means of dealing with most of our household chores. The following article demonstrates how to use these methods. Use a half and half mixture of white vinegar and water for many household cleaning projects such as hardwood floors, ceramic tile, kitchen and bathroom counter tops and the outside of the toilet. Boost the power of the mixture by heating in the microwave until barely hot. Spray shower walls with the heated solution, let stand about 20 minutes then scrub and rinse. For a fabric softener use 1/... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

18. The Perishing Kelp
December 08, 2017

Scientists are increasingly alarmed that the kelp forests world wide are dying out at a disturbing pace. It appears that the kelp forests are 93 percent smaller on the California coast than before because of warmer waters resulting in a population increase of urchins which feed on the kelp. In increasingly large numbers these tiny but hungry creatures can utterly erase large areas of kelp and other algae. A disease thought to be exacerbated by the warmer waters has killed a large number of sea stars which are the enemies of the sea urchins which feed on kelp. This, of course, leaves the... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

19. The Mood of Blue
December 03, 2017

The Mood of Blue Blue is considered the color of the mind. Light blue is associated with inventiveness. Sky or medium blue is relaxing. Dark blue is identified with intelligence and lack of emotion. Blue, along with purple and green, is considered a cool color. While the positive effects of blue are intelligence, logic and calm, the negative effects are unfriendliness and lack of emotion. Strong blues evoke clear thinking and the lighter softer blues are calming and assist with concentration. If your favorite color is blue you are calm and cool. You tend to be level headed an... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

20. The Mood of Yellow
November 21, 2017

This article is intended to examine the effects of the color yellow on our emotions as it is used in home decor. We'll start our tour in the bathroom and end it in the bedroom. Yellow is the brightest color in the spectrum and is most noticed by the human eye. It means happiness, hopefulness, enthusiasm, energy, optimism, fun and cheerfulness. If your favorite color is yellow you are cheerful, fun loving spontaneous and sociable. The symbolic meanings of yellow are diverse. It can mean anything from hopefulness and energy to cowardice and deceit. Psychologists say that yellow, bei... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

21. Designer Black?
November 14, 2017

The color black is associated with mystery, sorrow, witchcraft,  death and  evil and is the symbol of grief.  Black also is prestigious, authoritative, powerful, formal and strong. Black often has a negative connotation (black death, black hole, blackball).  Those whose favorite color is black are said to be methodical, introverted, secretive  and self denying. So where do we use it in decorating our homes?   Let's begin with the bathroom.  Imagine waking up and entering a room with black walls and fixtures.  Black is associated with fear, darkness, mystery and death.  Why would I want an al... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

22. The Mood of Red
November 10, 2017

According to psychologists the color of a room has an effect on your emotions. Here we look at the color red in home decor and the resulting effect on one's mood. Psychologically the color red is associated with war, anger, strength, danger. It increases metabolism, blood pressure and respirations. It attracts attention and is often used on signs to warn of danger. For example the highway stop signs are painted red. In classic Rome the most powerful men wore red. If your favorite color is red, according to psychologists you are aggressive, you demand attention and you strive h... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

23. The Mood of purple
November 06, 2017

It has been found that certain colors have an effect on our mood. Colors at the red end of the spectrum are considered warm while the blue shades are cool. We will deal with the color purple which is contains both a warm red and a cool blue. Talk about mixed emotions! Are you a red purple or a blue purple? Red is a warm color and associated with strong emotions such love, comfort and warmth. While red seems to evoke these strong positive feelings it also appears to exacerbate strong or negative feelings such as anger or wrath. The color red apparently intensifies our emotion... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

24. Leading Indicators You need Home Appliance Repairs
November 06, 2017

Noticing if you need repairs for your appliances will help you save revenue. Fixing a broken appliance at the start can frequently prevent the have to have to get a expensive replacement appliance. Get far more information about Washing Machine Repair Paying attention to how properly your appliances are performing is usually a excellent idea if you'd like to make certain that you do not find yourself footing bills which are greater than they'd need to be. Maintaining a appear out for the signs that you just will need repairs will help you to ensure which you get probably the most ... (read more)

Author: Lein West

25. Space for a Claustrophobic
November 05, 2017

Katy beacher is a claustrophobic with a lifetime experience in homemaking and decorating on a budget. Katy runs a website which sells home décor items entitled http://www.endlesscoastaldecor.com Katy Beacher is a claustrophobic with a lifetime experience in homemaking and decorating on a budget.  She currently runs a website where they sell Coastal Decor.  Shop their selection today.  Visit their site now at http://www.endlesscoastaldecor.com. In todays homes space seems to be a scarce commodity. The following article attempts to reveal some helpful tips on how to op... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

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