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


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COVER STORY


WRITTEN BY NATALIE SINGER
PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE SIEGEL

ON THE COVER: Ariel Caspe-Detzer and her 3-year-old son, Avi, walk along Highway 202 in Fall City, where they enjoy the semi-rural, family-friendly lifestyle. Caspe-Detzer's nephew, Oliver Halsey, comes along for the ride in a backpack.

PLANT LIFE
Good Fences
Clever use of color, form and texture creates a private but friendly border between neighbors.


ON FITNESS
Videos On Review
Crunching, walking, stretching and dancing to the beat to gain tone and lose weight.


NOW & THEN
Blanketing Belltown
TASTE
Fools For Noodles
Oodles of noodles offer comfort across cultures.



NORTHWEST LIVING
Shaped For Strolling
Bruce Allen and Denise Lanešs Medina garden is a shaded acre crisscrossed with paths.


PREVIOUS ISSUES
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Safe in his seat: Congressman Jim McDermott picks the fights others won't
Feb. 8, 2004
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Food Glorious Food: The more you know, the worse it gets
Feb. 1, 2004
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The nature of balance: Garden contest winners thrive on scale & style

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