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I want to add to the recent discussion of pedestrian safety: I am appalled by the large percentage of pedestrians who walk the highway and other roads facing the same way as traffic.
Community Events, January 2015
I’ve been writing and researching about the loss of our rights and freedoms for many years now. What I’ve discovered now is something some might even consider more ominous and immediate.
Appreciation goes to the black tail deer who have given their lives (“Vashon visitors appreciate island hospitality,” Jan. 7). Not for sport, one would hope, but from a quick kill, for food, not to waste, but to give thanks.
John Hasty’s letter of appreciation of our island’s hospitality during hunting season was most gracious (“Vashon visitors appreciate island hospitality,” Jan. 7). It was good to see that he, with his family, was able to enjoy our woods and wildlife, both live and dead.
I would like to take a few minutes to offer a sincere and heartfelt thank you to the residents of Vashon and Maury Island. I belong to a very small group of blacktail deer hunters who have been treated so well by residents that words alone are insufficient to express our gratitude for you hosting us each year.