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


Founder and owner of Archie McPhee, Mark Pahlow, has an eye for the unusual, including this highly flexible mummy.
COVER STORY 

 Wrapped up in Tradition - Pendleton weaves Indian heritage and wool into art

WRITTEN BY LYNDA V. MAPES
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALAN BERNER
ON THE COVER: Bob Christnacht, manager of Pendleton's blanket and home division, carries "Sir Wooliam," the company mascot, up to corporate headquarters in Portland.

PLANT LIFE 
Growing Assets
Measure the value of a garden, one pleasure at a time
ON FITNESS 
Making the Stretch
In loops of fabric, we find a gentle way to flex and tone
TASTE 
Memories of Grandpa's Ham
This culinary tradition was handed down from a patriarch to a grandson he never knew
NORTHWEST LIVING
Kids at Christmas
These grown-ups deck the halls with childhood memories
PORTRAITS 
Reggie Watts
NOW & THEN 
A Diamond of a Park

PREVIOUS ISSUES
Dec. 12 , 2004
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Funny Business
Mark Pahlow is serious about Archie McPhee
Dec. 5 , 2004
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Dancing on
Choreographer Wade Madsen keeps Seattle on its toes
Nov. 28, 2004
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Too Connected
Are we multitasking ourselves to death



 
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