What are the best history (non-fiction) books concerned with the Oregon Territory, the Pacific Northwest, Washington State, the Puget Sound region, or Seattle?
I expect this will turn out to be something akin to a lump of interesting concrete, but please take a gander at this object from a beach near Port Townsend, Washington, and tell me what you think it might be. [more inside]
"Someplace casual and on the water" in Seattle ... which restaurant should I take a party of 7 to this coming Friday night that fits these criteria? [more inside]
What is a beautiful, awesome island campground on Puget Sound? [more inside]
Seattle dot-comer looking for local meetings with similar folks. [more inside]
Experience with Sprint / Nextel MiFi? [more inside]
I'm moving to Beacon Hill in Seattle -- need assistance getting adjusted. [more inside]
Where (literally) on Puget Sound should my wife teach me how to sail our 16ft Hobie Cat? [more inside]
I seek people's experiences with, evaluations of, or (ideally) recommendations for outfitters running sea-kayaking trips in Puget Sound. [more inside]
'Office Outings' and 'Team Building' ideas in the Seattle area. [more inside]
Crawfish in Seattle? [more inside]
I just moved onto the Puget Sound and need a small, affordable, transportable power boat and want suggestions from you about the best online boating discussion forums to ask further questions! [more inside]
We are about to spend a week on Puget Sound, in the Stanwood, Washington area. What are some great things to see and do between Everett and Bellingham? Special thanks for suggestions for places I can float my high performance rowboat (see: http://adirondack-guide-boat.com).
Waterfilter (heh) — so, I have a couple of water-related questions born of a drunken debate among friends. First: what is the difference between a coast, a beach, and a shore? Second: is Puget Sound part of the Pacific Ocean, an entirely separate body, or some freakish combination of the two? Finally: when Seattleites go down to the Sound, are they going to the coast, the beach, the shore, or something else? [more inside]