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Twice, they came straight at me. Staring down a jetboat doing up to 80-90 miles per hour after it careens out of the water channel is no laughing matter. “You do a dangerous job,” one specatator sitting behind the fence told me after I made like a deer and fled “Blew Bayou” as it missed a turn and launched towards the portion of the fence I was standing in front of. The fence stopped it, but the boat left its mark. That could have been me… more
Port Townsend and Discovery Bay aren’t the only local golf clubs who have been hitting the links this summer, since the men and women of Port Ludlow have been staying in the swing of things as well. more
The temperatures have cooled and the days have grown gradually shorter, but the lady golfers of East Jefferson County are still actively hitting the links through the end of summer and the start of fall. more
Assembled from experience, public agency listings and with reference to Randel Washburne’s excellent “Kayaking Puget Sound, The San Juans and Gulf Islands” this guide presumes you will exercise … more
With the crack of the ball against bat, the last game of the Jefferson County Rec Softball Tournament commenced Aug. 6. more
Matt Pistay, who captained the R2AK-winning Team Angry Beaver has apparently added another win to his summer. Just after 2 a.m. Sunday morning July 21, the Seattle-based monohull “Team … more
The Discovery Bay Women’s Golf Club celebrated the centennial birthday of one of their players, while being invited by the Men’s Club to help ring in Independence Day at their annual “Red, White and Blue Scramble” golf tournament July 4. more
Seventy players perfected their dribbling, passing and shooting at the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation summer basketball camp that took place from July 8-11 at Blue Heron Middle School. more
The Port Townsend and Discovery Bay women’s golf clubs have kept up their games through the spring and summer, according to Dee Sweeney, who acts as spokeswoman for both groups. more
Spring athletes from Jefferson County high schools wrapped up their seasons this month with respectable showings for 2019 as Port Townsend’s coach is floating the idea of Port Townsend and Chimacum training together next year. more
The third time was the charm for Port Townsend’s Mackenzie Lake, 17, and Jacob Madison, 16, who placed 10th and 24th respectively at the Olympic 1A Washington Interscholastic Activities Association … more
The Port Townsend REDfins Youth Swim Club drew at least 23 young swimmers for their mock meet at the Mountain View campus pool May 24. Emily Harrenstein, head lifeguard at the pool and head coach of the REDfins, noted that many of the participants were first-time competitors. more
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