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THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / OCTOBER 13, 2002

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TOM REESE / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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On the Cover

The paper-thin wings of the bat are really webbed hands. While this bat died long ago, it has continued to help educate people about the unique qualities of these mysterious creatures.
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Now & Then: Pioneer in Brick
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spacer WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
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Sunday Punch: The Unsettling Truth
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spacer WRITTEN BY STEVE JOHNSTON
ILLUSTRATION BY PAUL SCHMID
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Cover Story: Out Of The Night
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spacer WRITTEN BY RICHARD SEVEN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY TOM REESE
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spacer Clear out the cobwebs of myth and learn to love the misunderstood bat.
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Plant Life: Indispensables To Move Us
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spacer WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
ILLUSTRATED BY JULIE NOTARIANNI
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spacer A new crop of the 10 most wanted plants for Northwest Gardens.
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On Fitness: Ask Molly
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spacer WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN
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spacer Readers wonder about little pedaling devices, the body-mass index, renting equipment and Pilates support groups.
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Taste: A 'Hot Bath' With Friends
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spacer WRITTEN BY JACQUELINE KOCH
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
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spacer This hearty, savory dip celebrates the late fall harvest.
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Northwest Living: Lodged In The Trees
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spacer WRITTEN BY DEAN STAHL
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER
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spacer Johan Luchsinger designed a rustic home in the treetops of Cougar Mountain with old-time elegance and new-fangled modernism.
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