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Looking out my office window, I see a whole lot of white roofs out there. Freeland is covered in frost. Winter, it appears, has arrived. My awesome powers of observation aside, I know this for several reasons. First, my head is cold. Mind you, I’m not talking about a seasonal flu but from actually having washed my hair in ice water for two days straight — three by the time this column hits newsstands and if Puget Sound Energy’s estimated power restoration time is correct.
Community Events, November 2015
Editor, This Veterans Day morning, a small group of men and women gathered at a coffee shop in Langley. Among us were those who had served with the Army, Air Force and Navy. There was no agenda, but what unfolded were reflections about how each had ended up with the military. There were thoughts of service for a greater cause, a sense of adventure, and a desire to get out into the world.