THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / MARCH 11, 2001

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Cover Story: River | Respect

WRITTEN BY PAULA BOCK

Northwest Hubris: a belief in the false notion that good instructions, common sense, energy bars and a few trips to REI can create a safe and loving relationship with the natural world.

Plant Life: Garden Poetry

 
WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALLEN MANDELL

A square block in Portland's Old Town has been transformed into the Garden of Awakening Orchids, a Chinese garden that lifts the spirits of visitors.

On Fitness: If the Bike Fits

 
WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

Exercise bicycles are as variable as the people who ride them and tender parts of your anatomy will alert you if you have not chosen well.

Northwest Living: East by Northwest

 
WRITTEN BY KAREN MATHIESON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG

The view is Puget Sound, the decor keys are Japanese and the outlook, overall, is international in a West Seattle home.

Taste: Bored with Bakers?

 
WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

Colorful varieties might lift you out of your potato rut - and growers out of their economic doldrums
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