Les Palmer

An Outdoor View: The joys of not knowing

While wondering what I was going to write about this week, I got to thinking about ignorance. Read more

An Outdoor View: Fishing at a ghost town

Author’s note: This story originally appeared in the Nov. 28, 2003 edition of the Clarion. — LP

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An Outdoor View: A perfect storm

When the stars are lined up just so, when all the ducks are in a row, and when all the balls drop in the right... Read more

An Outdoor View: On water

On TV news earlier this week, the Californians who were wading through their flooded houses and boating down their flooded streets got me to thinking... Read more

An Outdoor View: McPhee on catch-and-release

Author’s note: This column first appeared in the Clarion on Nov. 29, 2002. I’ve edited it slightly for brevity.

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An Outdoor View: The little red boat

Like the Kenai Peninsula, the place where I was born and raised in Western Washington is a place where people either own a boat or... Read more

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