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Fort Casey’s 10″ guns

Hard for me to believe but for all the time I’ve spent in and around Port Townsend, Fort Worden and Fort Flagler,  I had never visited Fort Casey. This past weekend, late Sunday afternoon, my wife Chris, our friends Ken … Continue reading

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Call for a USk Port Townsend Logo Design

Dear Members, Urban Sketchers Port Townsend is looking for a logo that can be used on our business cards. If you are a member of USkPT, you are invited to join the fun! Please read the following instructions carefully. The … Continue reading

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Marestone Island and Fort Flagler

Marestone Island, in my opinion, is one of the few places in the Northwest that very much looks and feels like time stood still. The community of Nordland with its general store, fishing fleet and oyster farm could easily pass … Continue reading

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BEING THERE

  The title should be being there in spirit because that’s what looking through my journal sketches of Port Townsend does for me. Yes, the boat yard is my favorite place to sketch as I can always rely on some … Continue reading

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Ludlow Falls May 27, 2017 by Margy Cain A beautiful spring day at the falls.  I am experimenting by using an acrylic wash to tone the Pentalic 140# watercolor 5×8 sketchpad paper, which is heavy enough to withstand most water … Continue reading

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Reminder! Saturday outing to Port Ludlow Falls

Port Ludlow Falls: Saturday 5/27; Port Ludlow http://www.olympicpeninsulawaterfalltrail.com/ludlow-falls The Ludlow Falls Interpretive Trail is privately owned, however, the public has been granted access, provided trail rules are observed (no smoking, dogs on leash and cell phones off). This moderate trail … Continue reading

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Sketch outing Chetzemoka Park

Sketching from the beach at Chetzemoka Park, taking in the view of Fort Worden, the Point Wilson light, an inbound circa 1930’s freighter and it’s easy for me to imagine what I would have seen sketching from this same spot … Continue reading

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