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Boyd and Granddaughter Violet June Guy celebrate Husky victory over Illinois. Did I mention that Violet's Dad Michael is a UCLA graduate?


Another spectacular Hood Canal sunset.


Interesting thoughts from Megan Clubb of Baker Boyer on the Fed and the importance of community banks.


It's not summer without pictures of Mt. Rainier. these are from Lake Tipsoo on Chinook Pass.


It's not summer without pictures of Mt. Rainier. these are from Lake Tipsoo on Chinook Pass.


It's not summer without pictures of Mt. Rainier. these are from Lake Tipsoo on Chinook Pass.


Goodbye celebration for Bertha, the tunnels machine. A hit for Department of Transportation: displays, big machines, food trucks and of folks. Perfect engagement for controversial project.


A record low tide and wispy clouds lead to a beautiful weekend and lots of water life at Hood Canal.


Low tide exposed the starfish.


Sunset at Hood Canal in the clouds. 


Any day that starts with a 5:30 a.m. mountain view from espresso machine and then rowing crew shells on lake has to be good.


Always a distraction... May 1, the arrival of the first cruise ship of the season.


View from the deck of our new apartment on Elliott Avenue in Seattle.


Granddaughters Elsie Lee and Violet June bid farewell to house on Mercer Island.


Mt. Rainier from Mercer Island Beach Club on a sunny spring day.


Quiet Maine harbor in September.


Mt. Washington - highest point in the Northeast. I've climbed Mt. Rainier, decided not to drive to the top of Mt. Washington.


Tribute to Maine Moose near Mt. Washington.


The LL Bean company in Freeport, Maine is a must see. Boot is site of local wedding photos.


Boyd and Loma at harbor waiting for lobster.


Sunset through the trees in Georgetown, Maine.


Our hosts, Ken and Debbie Zike at their Georgetown Island cottage.



The fall crop at Boyd's house looks good. Anyone have a beer recipe?


Boston at night. Our hotel near the airport was a short boat ride away.


Memories from a fall trip to New England.


Bay with no people -- beautiful harbor in Georgetown, Maine.


Churches abound in New England.


Boyd with fall produce in New Hampshire.
 


First Independent Bank featured prominently in article in the Portland Business Journal on banks serving the healthcare market.

 
Thanks to pro bono help from GA Creative, Communities in Schools has a strong presence in social media. VHPR also provided help in developing overall messaging.


Our clients, Baker Boyer Bank and Fortune Bank, featured in Seattle Business.



Specialized bank PR consulting led to a strong feature article in The Seattle Times
for VHPR client, Fortune Bank.


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