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July 26, 1987 | JERRY HULSE, Times Travel Editor
It was misting as the ferry from Anacortes nosed into the harbor on Orcas Island. Gulls roosted on weathered pilings and a thunderhead boiling on the horizon was drenched with the flames of a dying sun. En route to Orcas the ferry passed other islands whose beaches were choked with driftwood and whose coves provided shelter for small boats that bobbed drunkenly on incoming tides. Before leaving Anacortes, motorists lined up bumper-to-bumper, bikes and boats lashed to their rooftops.
February 25, 2000 | Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157
The city and the Orange County Fire Department are offering residents sandbags to prepare for winter storms. Since last week, residents have been able pick up 25 bags each from the Orange County Fire Department Station No. 7 at 31865 Del Obispo St. Residents need to fill their own bags at the San Juan Capistrano library, where the sand is stocked in the parking lot. The giveaway will end in mid-April.
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