THIRTY STORIES FROM
THE WORLD IS A HANDKERCHIEF
Each Individual Story
As a Chapbook!
No matter what obstacles you encounter along the way, don't panic, keep your cool!
Hear Luann recite Chief Sealth's speech, given at his reception by President Pierce in 1866; read the speech, beautifully transcribed in calligraphy.
We can do it! Jeff did many things just for the challenge.
Let the food, drinks, architecture, museums, parks, and Mariachi music inspire you!
Musings of a salesman, artist, and U.S. Darts Champion.
"I always marvel when watching birds sit in a lake." How birds help heal in troubling times.
Take a tour through some of Washington State's most stunning and interesting locations.
A woodpecker enjoys the woods as much as Brian does!
Dan has roots in Europe, his feet in the USA, and his medical mind in Taiwan.
"Luck has been described as opportunity meets preparedness."
A man raised in Zambia finds his purpose nurturing a public garden in Washington State, creating a haven for pollinators and people.
Never underestimate someone's coffee caffeine character.
Master Gardener Colleen shares the joys of growing various blooms, creating a public flower garden for all to enjoy.
"I'll put a stone on your stone." ~Scottish Gaelic blessing.
Nick has never been to a party or event without a joke, a jade plant, and a song.
"I must go to Graceland one day."
Marlene leaves Germany for a new life in America, staying with relatives on the east coast before driving across the country in her VW Beetle, eventually finding home in Seattle.
Tour Germany from the perspective of cyclists: down the river, through the town, no up, just down.
Chess is one of the oldest and most widely played games in the world.
Birding in an iconic setting. Imagine - it's easy, if you try.
Birds, trees, camps, food, wildflowers... all sketched to perfection.
First real job, at 15 pretending to be 16: dishwasher in the kitchen of a dining car going from Seattle to Portland.
Teaching in Thailand taught Kristina many life lessons.
Friends and their dogs stroll through a plum orchard and around a lake before visiting the boulangerie.
Amanda is an accomplished tree painter. She seeks out wonderful trees, in the deepest countryside.
With roots in the coal mines of Lancashire, England, this branch of Slaters brought their ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit to America.
Jack was built of the right stuff.
With so many farm chores, there was no time to get into trouble.
A special connection with animals and plants keeps Sadie's Place flourishing.
Savage the Appaloosa loved the trail food treat of peanut butter sandwiches.