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CONTENTS
COVER STORY
PLANT LIFE
TASTE
ON FITNESS
NORTHWEST LIVING
NOW & THEN
SUNDAY PUNCH
LETTERS
PREVIOUS ISSUES OF PACIFIC NW


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COVER STORY

Changing Visions Part 6

Taking the long view: Saving the 'green heartland' from Seattle to Vancouver

WRITTEN BY WILLIAM DIETRICH
PHOTOGRAPHED BY HARLEY SOLTES
ON THE COVER: Parasailer Jim Wagner soars over the Skagit Valley looking south from a launching site at Blanchard Hill. Open spaces are necessary to hang gliders, and they have permission from the state to take off in the hills and from farmers to land on sites along the valley floor.

PLANT LIFE
Avoiding Flower Flop
When making bouquets, following a few simple rules will keep away the droop. When making bouquets,


ON FITNESS
Take It Easy
Weekend warriors hear this: Stretch, keep cool and avoid irrational exuberance.


NOW & THEN
With Open Arms


LETTERS
Letters to the editor
TASTE
Bring On The Bacon!
The guilty pleasure of bacon is easier to bear in these days of better pig-raising practices.


NORTHWEST LIVING
The Elements Of Home
In the "Patterns of Home" we find comfort, companionship and even safety.


SUNDAY PUNCH
Don't Show, Don't Tell


PREVIOUS ISSUES
June 15, 2003
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Strong man: A dad discovers the power of tender
June 8, 2003
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Get some sleep! Without it, we're good for nothing
June 1, 2003
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Still cooking: The TV gourmet gallops toward a new kind of good life

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