Smith Column: California Sunshine & More About Dogs
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( L to R: Meg Carrie, Marcia King -IG photo )
“Hydrogen” was the correct spelling for Marcia King, a 7th grader from the Friday Harbor Middle School, the first-place winner at the 13th Annual Rotary Spelling Bee on March 1.

Marcia received a trophy, a check for $100. Her 7th grade class, taught by Mr. McMain, was awarded $200, and her school received $300.


( Helo lands on the bow of the U.S.S Kidd -USCG photo )
The Coast Guard conducted a medical evacuation of a sick Navy sailor aboard the U.S.S. Kidd, which was transiting the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Sunday afternoon.

The sailor was picked up by an aircrew aboard an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles and flown to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island where they were met by emergency medical services and transported to Island General Hospital for further care.

We have a  fenced in pasture for the sheep and poultry.  Our Great Pyrenees guard dogs stay in close range to the sheep, and pay special attention to the new lambs born in the spring.  The chickens, ducks and geese all free range with the dogs. 

Any form of predator or neighbor's hounds are quickly discouraged from approaching the pasture.   The Great Pyrenees are very alert, even when they appear to be snoozing. The pasture is close to a main highway and the dogs are "fence trained" to remain inside the pasture and away from the road.  When there is real predator threat, the Great Pyrenees size and aggressive barking dispatch the intruders quickly.  We trained our dogs to their boundary limits, by repeatedly walking the fence line with them. They know their territory and keep it well patrolled. See the links below for info on open pasture guarding.

All of our Great Pyrenees have been taught basic manners.  They do not jump up. They will "sit", "down" and "come" when called.  They will politely take a treat from our hand, and wait for the command to do so. They march dutifully into their kennel or pasture when the command, "Kennel," is given.

" Guardian " (ガーディアン Gādian ) is an archetype of monsters used by Rafael , Apollo and Diana in the anime . The original "Guardian" monsters each have a corresponding Equip Spell Card .

" Celtic Guardian ", " Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1 ", " Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #2 ", " Guardian of the Labyrinth " and " The Reliable Guardian " are not "Guardian" cards as they do not include 「ガーディアン」 in their Japanese names. As such, the only "Guardian" support card in the TCG / OCG , " Arsenal Summoner ", specifically excludes them.

The core "Guardian" monsters were initially released in Dark Crisis and re-released in Dark Revelation Volume 1 . They can only be Summoned if the player already controls their corresponding Equip Spell Card . However, they can still be Set without controlling their respective Equip Spell Card. The Equip Spell does not have to be equipped to their corresponding monster, and due to their Summoning conditions, usually cannot be. " Guardian Eatos " is the only one of the "Guardians" with an associated Equip Spell Card who can be Summoned without restrictions.

  Smith Column: California Sunshine & More About Dogs
Hertel Column: Fruit Cake
County Ferry Cams - sponsored By Islanders Bank


( L to R: Meg Carrie, Marcia King -IG photo )
“Hydrogen” was the correct spelling for Marcia King, a 7th grader from the Friday Harbor Middle School, the first-place winner at the 13th Annual Rotary Spelling Bee on March 1.

Marcia received a trophy, a check for $100. Her 7th grade class, taught by Mr. McMain, was awarded $200, and her school received $300.


( Helo lands on the bow of the U.S.S Kidd -USCG photo )
The Coast Guard conducted a medical evacuation of a sick Navy sailor aboard the U.S.S. Kidd, which was transiting the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Sunday afternoon.

The sailor was picked up by an aircrew aboard an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles and flown to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island where they were met by emergency medical services and transported to Island General Hospital for further care.

  Smith Column: California Sunshine & More About Dogs
Hertel Column: Fruit Cake
County Ferry Cams - sponsored By Islanders Bank


( L to R: Meg Carrie, Marcia King -IG photo )
“Hydrogen” was the correct spelling for Marcia King, a 7th grader from the Friday Harbor Middle School, the first-place winner at the 13th Annual Rotary Spelling Bee on March 1.

Marcia received a trophy, a check for $100. Her 7th grade class, taught by Mr. McMain, was awarded $200, and her school received $300.


( Helo lands on the bow of the U.S.S Kidd -USCG photo )
The Coast Guard conducted a medical evacuation of a sick Navy sailor aboard the U.S.S. Kidd, which was transiting the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Sunday afternoon.

The sailor was picked up by an aircrew aboard an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles and flown to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island where they were met by emergency medical services and transported to Island General Hospital for further care.

We have a  fenced in pasture for the sheep and poultry.  Our Great Pyrenees guard dogs stay in close range to the sheep, and pay special attention to the new lambs born in the spring.  The chickens, ducks and geese all free range with the dogs. 

Any form of predator or neighbor's hounds are quickly discouraged from approaching the pasture.   The Great Pyrenees are very alert, even when they appear to be snoozing. The pasture is close to a main highway and the dogs are "fence trained" to remain inside the pasture and away from the road.  When there is real predator threat, the Great Pyrenees size and aggressive barking dispatch the intruders quickly.  We trained our dogs to their boundary limits, by repeatedly walking the fence line with them. They know their territory and keep it well patrolled. See the links below for info on open pasture guarding.

All of our Great Pyrenees have been taught basic manners.  They do not jump up. They will "sit", "down" and "come" when called.  They will politely take a treat from our hand, and wait for the command to do so. They march dutifully into their kennel or pasture when the command, "Kennel," is given.

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