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Was Liberty Bay ever officially named? Yes. And that’s where the story gets interesting ...
William E. “Bill” Arness of Poulsbo passed away on Aug. 27. He was 73.
For 25 years, the C.A. Thayer was a commanding presence on the waters of Liberty Bay. From 1925-1950, with the exception of World War II service, the 219-foot three-masted schooner and her crew sailed to the Bering Sea, returning to Poulsbo with a hold full of salted cod for the West Coast market. The ship’s presence meant jobs — and that the fishermen were safe at home.
The Kitsap Peninsula has long been a draw to people who have crafted unique lives and livelihoods for themselves. Lynne Ferguson is just such a person, and here on the Kitsap Peninsula she has created a life for herself that allows her to pursue two great passions from her childhood: Native horsemanship and music.
Bill and Barbara Erickson celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Aug. 20 with a gathering at My Girl Drive-In Museum in Kingston.