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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


The Caterpillar Diaries: Out of their tents and into our lives, the hairy hordes are creeping

WRITTEN BY LYNDA V. MAPES
PHOTOGRAPHED BY TOM REESE

ON THE COVER: Masses of tent caterpillars put a whole different face on spring for Puget Sound residents enduring an outbreak of the creepy little devils.

PLANT LIFE
Satisfaction Sustained
Three cheers for gardens that look good and do no harm.


ON FITNESS
Take A Hike
Get outside and dig the beauty of your home turf.


NOW & THEN
Immaculate Conception is Born


SUNDAY PUNCH
The One-Stop Shopper
If you know what you want, why sell out?
TASTE
Food To Call Our Own
A new cookbook is full of future family favorites.


NORTHWEST LIVING
Out On A Limb
How to get away in your own back yard.


LETTERS
Letters to the editor


PREVIOUS ISSUES
Apr. 11, 2004
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The Ultimate Reality Show: At the UW, computer pioneers are helping us face our fears and fix our ills
Apr. 4, 2004
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Power Rush: The search for energy answers is blowing in the wind
Mar. 28, 2004
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Spring Books 2004

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