THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / SEPTEMBER 30, 2001

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On the Cover: Basalt bluffs frame the Columbia River where the Martha S has a mile and a quarter of water to cross, about three round trips an hour, 18 hours a day. Top speed: 12 mph.
Now & Then: By the Wayside
  WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
Arts special: The Big Picture
  WRITTEN BY SHEILA FARR
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANNIE LEIBOVITZ

The Seattle Art Museum celebrates women with this photo exhibit by a noted woman with a camera.
Cover Story: A Sweet Ride
  WRITTEN BY PAULA BOCK
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALAN BERNER

Washington's first and littlest state-run ferry runs not in the salty waters of the west but in the vast river reaches of eastern Washington.
Plant Life: Getting Covered
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
ILLUSTRATED BY TRACY PORTER

Your garden will thank you, thank you, thank you for a good mulch before the long winter nap.
On Fitness: A Supplement Script
  WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

The story of MSM might be fit for the big screen.
Taste: Why Go Naked?
  WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BETTY UDESEN

Dress up an oyster to put the finest point on flavor.
Northwest Living: Splendor and Wonder
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE SIEGEL

The Neff family has created three-quarters of an acre of trees, flowers and warm personal touches.
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