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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


Power Rush: The search for energy answers is blowing in the wind

WRITTEN BY LYNDA V. MAPES
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

ON THE COVER: The turbines at Nine Canyon begin generating electricity when winds reach eight miles an hour. If winds exceed 55, the turbines shut down automatically with a disc brake similar to that on a car.

PLANT LIFE
Temptation Blooms
New plants entice us with bright foliage, long-lasting blooms and fresh colors.


TASTE
A Symbol Of Spring
Across cultures and centuries, a meal of lamb marks the beginning of the gentler season.


SUNDAY PUNCH
Just Scraping By
In making sandwiches, even the rich can relate
ON FITNESS
Advice Worth Digesting
At last, a book offers a diet you can swallow.


NORTHWEST LIVING
Stripped And Salvaged
A little addition and some subtraction multiply the charm of a 19th-century Wallingford home.


NOW & THEN
Rails to Rainier


LETTERS
Letters to the editor


PREVIOUS ISSUES
Mar. 28, 2004
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Spring Books 2004
Mar. 21, 2004
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Out of the Blue: Picturing a cold, solitary adventure, a rookie photographer framed one hot debate
Mar. 14, 2004
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AIA Home of the Year: Judges find two designs equal to the challenges

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