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Northwest Heritage Resources: Cascade Loop Heritage Tour: North

Track List

>Introduction To Cascade Loop North Tour - Begins In Anacortes. Kevin Paul Sings Coast Salish Canoe Journey Song.
>Samish Tradition-Bearer Rosie Cayou Remembers Growing Up Samish and Why Guemes Island Was Called Dog Island. Husband Bill Bailey Talks About His Sami
>Shipwright Dan Farsovitch Talks About Learning His Boat Building Skills Working For a Cannery In Alaska.
>Vela Luka Croatian Dance Ensemble and Ruze Dalmatinke of Anacortes Sing "Dobar Vecer" (Good Evening Good People).
>Phyllis "Swede" Moore of Anacortes Talks About How She Became a Well Known Fish Net Maker.
>Boat Builder Jay Smith of Anacortes Talks About How He Learned Skills of Building Traditional Norwegian Wooden Boats.
>Swinomish Artist and Musician Kevin Paul of Laconner Discusses His Woodcarving and Family Drum Group. Sings One of His Own Songs.
>Brent Roozen is Third Generation of His Family To Work For Skagit Valley Family Flower Bulb Business Roozengaarde. Tells Story of How His Grandparent
>Japanese-American Farmer Steve Sakuma Tells History of His Family's Skagit Valley Fruit Farming Business.
>Members of Iglesia San Carlos Choir of Burlington Rehearse For Sunday Service. Church Serves Part of Large Local Hispanic Community.
>Jeannie McLennan Remembers Her Early Family Involvement In the Annual Sedro-Woolley Loggerodeo and Recounts Some of the History of the Event Up To the
>Well Known Nature Photographer Lee Mann of Sedro-Woolley Talks About His Family History and Growing Up In a Small Logging Town Along the Cascade Loop
>Dennis Shinn of Sedro-Woolley Talks About What Drew Him To the Craft of Woodturning, Types of Wood Used, and How They Acquire Their Wood Locally.
>Jean Bates and Her Husband Run Hemlock Highlands Cattle Ranch In Sedro-Woolley. She Shares Experiences of Raising Scottish Highland Cattle.
>Late Vi Hilbert, Upper Ska git Elder and Storyteller, Remembers What It Was Like Growing Up On the Shores of the Skagit River. She Speaks First In, The
>Ernest Queen and Barbara Ensley Lead Congregation of Hamilton Community Church In Singing of Southern Gospel Hymn, "I'll Fly Away." Ernest Queen On G
>Fly Fisherman and Fly Tyer Danny Beatty of Anacortes Talks About Some Famous Fly Fishermen Who Had Fished the Skagit River For Steelhead. Also Talks
>Beekeepers Seth Smith and Wife Julie Tucker of Concrete Talk About How They Got Started Keeping Bees, How It's Done, and Why Bees Are So Important To
>Quilter "Grammy" Sue Thomas Moved To Concrete From Southeastern U.S. She Remembers Being Taught To Quilt By Her Mother and Discusses Many of the Trad
>Retired Forest Service and Parks Service Ranger Gerry Wood and Wife Robin of Concrete Share Stories From Their Early Days As a Fire Lookout & Switchbo
>Judy Hemenway of Rockport, Who Serves As President of the Board For the Skagit River Bald Eagle Awareness Team Gives Background On the Festival and In
>Sawyer, Retired Logger, Ferryman and Truck Driver Tommy Dellinger of Rockport Recalls His Early Years Working In the Logging Industry In the Area and
>Bob Mierendorf, Archaelogist For the North Cascades National Park, Who is Based In Marblemount, Shares Information About His Work In the Park and the
>Tom Barnett, Owner of Ross Lake Resort and Will Shields, Lead Woodworker and Boatbuilder, Talk About the Wooden Boats That Have Become a Tradition At
>Photographer Lee Mann Remembers the Group of Climbers From the 1930s Who Made Some of the First Ascents In the North Cascades, and of His Discovery of
>Paul Butler Gives Some History of Mountain Guiding In the Area and Describes Some of the Mountain Guiding Experiences His Business, North Cascades Mou
>Backcountry Forest Service Ranger Laurie Dowie of Twisp Tells the Story of Having To Locate a Backcountry Hiker During the Famous Thirtymile Fire of J
>Jennifer Zbyszewski, National Forest Supervisor For Recreation, Wilderness, Facilities and Special Uses For the Methow Valley Ranger Station, Provides
>Brad Pinkerton Talks About Growing Up Going To Fiddle Contests and of Starting the First North Cascades Old Time Fiddle Contest In 1998.
>Historian E. Richard Hart of Winthrop Provides a Brief History of the Native American People Who Inhabited the Methow Valley.
>Claude Miller of Winthrop Tells Some Stories About His Father's Work Driving Cattle, Packing With Outlaw Horses, Packing For the Forest Service and Ro
>Retired Smokejumper and Base Manager Bill Moody of Twisp Talks About When the Base In Winthrop Was First Established, the Gear They Work With When the
>Talented Bluegrass Fiddler and Singer Leah Larson Kominak of Twisp Performs "a Little Ways Down the Road."
>Horse Packer Steve Darwood of Carlton Talks About His Family's History As Some of First White Settlers In the Methow Valley and About Working As a Hor
>Tr Stewart Performs a Song You Might Hear Around the Campfire On a Horse Packing Trip, "Strawberry Light."
>Retired Forest Service Ranger Jim Hammer of Carlton Describes How They Went About Surveying and Building New Hiking Trails.
>Joni Parks Talks About Organizing the Annual Dragon Boat Races That Now Takes Place Every Summer In Her Town of Pateros.
>Quilter Lisa Schluneger of Pateros Shares Information About Her Local Quilting Group and the Charity and Community Service Efforts of Her Group.
>Farmer, Orchardist and Vintner Guy Evans of Chelan is 5th Generation of His Family To Farm In Chelan. He Shares Some of His Family Farming and Fruit O
>Fishing Guide Terry Allan Talks About the Type of Fishing He Does With His Clients On Lake Chelan and Then Tells the Story of the Day When One of His
>Vintner and Wine Grower Paul Benson of Chelan Shares the Story of How His Family First Established Their Estate Winery.
>Yakama Elder Virginia Beavert Tells One of the Local Native Legends of the Cascade Loop, the Legend of How Ribbon Cliff Was Formed.
>End of Cascade Loop Heritage Tour - North With Song "Cowgirl Attitude" By Horse Crazy.


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