Motorists Dan Tran and Tom Duryea remove pieces of a tree that was blocking Tracyton Beach Road and their vehicles near the Riddell intersection in Bremerton, Wash., Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. The two, along with the help of Debra Duryea cleared one lane prior to the arrival of public works. (Meegan M. Reid/Kitsap Sun via AP)
Seems like the big story of this latest batch of 1987 scan is the arrival of the USS Nimitz. The photography staff had every angle covered- from onboard the ship as it traveled toward PSNS, from high above for an aerial view of various boats motoring along next to it and then of course to the smooches on the pier as it finally arrived to shore. The images of the various pleasure crafts motoring along right next to it are pretty neat...and of course NOT allowed these days.
Seniors took part in the miniature golf competition at Bremerton's West Sound Senior Games Thursday, July 13, 2017, at Timber Falls Mini Golf on Waaga Way in East Bremerton. Video by Annette Griffus/Photos by Meegan M. Reid
@NathanAJoyce I’m attempting to use my Jedi-mind powers to get them to turn into Bremerton...I don’t have a centerpiece today and a whale would fit that page rectangle just perfectly. But alas they just keep swimming south.
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Selecting a term
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