This last Saturday was my first time walking the North Shore Trail along the shore of Lake Whatcom, (known by multiple names). It was a gorgeous sunny day and a super great trail to walk with two beautiful new footbridges. Here’s a little info I found onwww.traillink.com
“The Hertz Trail, and also known as the North Lake Whatcom Trail, follows the eastern shoreline of Washington’s fourth largest freshwater lake. The relatively flat, fine-gravel pathway traces the former Bellingham Bay and Eastern Railroad (BB&E, built in 1891), which was used to transport coal from the Blue Canyon Mine at the south end of the lake.” Have a great week! bb>*<
hey!… this coming Wednesday, the 6th, is the last ‘Downtown Sounds’ for this year. Come on down, join the crowd and catch Voyager and The Trees: a Rush tribute band. Should be a good rockin’ time for sure!
SosinT is a community-led initiative which is working towards the creation of an Energy Descent Action Plan for the town. The thinking behind TTW is simply that a town using much less energy and resources than we presently consume could, if properly planned for and designed, be more resilient, more abundant and more pleasurable than the present.