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Washington State Fair

Seattle, WA August 30 - September 22

The Washington State Fair, formerly the Puyallup Fair, is the largest single attraction held annually in the state of Washington. The fair continually ranks in the top ten largest fairs in the United States. The Washington State Fair hosts two annual events: the 21-day Washington State Fair every September, and the… SEE MORE

Washington State Seafood Festival & Oysterfest

Shelton, Oakland Bay, WA October 5 - October 6

Mollusks, microbrews, music and more abound at the annual OysterFest extravaganza in Shelton. Always the first full weekend in October, this favorite festival draws visitors from all across the world — all in search of the perfect oyster. Hosted by the Shelton Skookum Rotary Club Foundation and attended by thousands,… SEE MORE

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NW Charter Fishing Fleet Casts Wary Eye Toward Possible Cutbacks To Save Orcas

4/26/2019 by US Harbors

By Tom Banse Pacific Northwesterners are undeniably fond of their endangered resident orcas. Many locals are also fans of salmon fishing, a hobby that sustains charter fishing fleets in coastal harbors from Neah Bay, Washington, to Brookings, Oregon. But now there is a chance that future fishing trips on the ocean… SEE MORE

What a season we had for rock crab this year!

Delights of the 2013 Crab Fishing Season

9/22/2013 by Roger Elmore

Every summer, I crab fish off Arcadia Point around Hope Island. The water is probably too shallow for Dungeness, but it was a stellar summer for rock crab this year. Next year I will be trying farther south, toward Olympia and Boston Harbor. SEE MORE

The Glass Museum is located on the Tacoma waterfront.

A Walk Along the Foss Waterway in Tacoma

3/26/2013 by Phil Terenzi

The Thea Foss Waterway in Tacoma won an Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award in 2005 from the American Society of Civil Engineers. The project included cleaning up pollution associated with Superfund sites, improving habitat, revitalizing brownfields, planning mixed-use development, enhancing public access and public space, all with the intent of… SEE MORE

Looking east at Elliott Bay Marina and the Seattle skyline. ©Bruce C Moore

Scenes from the Seattle Waterfront and Elliott Bay

3/29/2012 by joe jacobs

Seattle is one of the busiest ports in the Pacific Northwest, but it can also be one of the most stunning. Here are some recent images from my trips around the waterfront in and around Elliott Bay. SEE MORE

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