Bellingham Bay love

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  • I could barely see a little part of Bellingham Bay in the far distance ... the gray of the water matched the gray of the sky and my heavy heart.

    Judy Swank: Journey Down the Road

  • Which, by the way, has thee most amazing view of Bellingham Bay.

    Home, sweet home...

  • Bellingham Bay, and after unloading Bellingham Bay freight have come back to Esquimalt with the Victoria freight.

    Some Reminiscences of old Victoria

  • The Blackfeet, S.oux, and Navajos also bury in lodges, and the Indians of Bellingham Bay, according to Dr.J. F. Hammond, U.S. A., place their dead in carved wooden sarcophagi, inclosing these with a rectangular tent of some white material.

    An Introduction to the mortuary customs of the North American Indians

  • Indians of Bellingham Bay, according to Dr. J.F. Hammond, U.S.A., place their dead in carved wooden sarcophagi, inclosing these with a rectangular tent of some white material.

    A Further Contribution to the Study of the Mortuary Customs of the North American Indians

  • Bellingham Bay, the other into the Gulf of Georgia, the upper waters of which are inhabited by the Nook-sahks (Nūk-sák).

    Alphabetical Vocabularies of the Clallum and Lummi

  • As a Bellinghamster, I've long had the itch to hike to the upper reaches of Lummi Island, a 1,600-foot hill of trees that rises up out of Bellingham Bay, just eight miles from downtown.

    The Seattle Times

  • And don't forget: Ski to Sea festival, with a wild race from Mount Baker to Bellingham Bay; Kitsap Harbor Festival, with its raucous seagull-calling contest; and don't forget the cocktail sauce ShrimpFest in Brinnon, on Hood Canal.

    The Seattle Times

  • The closure would eliminate about $1.46 million per year in local personal income generated from Bellingham Bay area commercial fisheries.

    The Seattle Times

  • It's a 90-mile race involving skiing, running, biking and paddling from the snowy slopes of Mount Baker to the beach of Bellingham Bay.

    The Seattle Times

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