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Cascade Loop Heritage Tour - North

by Northwest Heritage Resources

A 2 CD audio tour (comes with 28 page liner notes section) to the northern half of the Cascade Loop Highway which includes the cultural heritage, stories, and traditional music of the people who live in this part of Washington state.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Introduction To Cascade Loop North Tour - Begins In Anacortes. Kevin Paul Sings Coast Salish Canoe Journey Song.
2:40 $0.99
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2. Samish Tradition-bearer Rosie Cayou Remembers Growing Up Samish And Why Guemes Island Was Called Dog Island. Husband Bill Bailey Talks About His Samish Art Work.
5:18 $0.99
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3. Shipwright Dan Farsovitch Talks About Learning His Boat Building Skills Working For A Cannery In Alaska.
2:57 $0.99
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4. Vela Luka Croatian Dance Ensemble And Ruze Dalmatinke Of Anacortes Sing "dobar Vecer" (good Evening Good People).
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5. Phyllis "swede" Moore Of Anacortes Talks About How She Became A Well Known Fish Net Maker.
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6. Boat Builder Jay Smith Of Anacortes Talks About How He Learned Skills Of Building Traditional Norwegian Wooden Boats.
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7. Swinomish Artist And Musician Kevin Paul Of Laconner Discusses His Woodcarving And Family Drum Group. Sings One Of His Own Songs.
3:31 $0.99
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8. Brent Roozen Is Third Generation Of His Family To Work For Skagit Valley Family Flower Bulb Business Roozengaarde. Tells Story Of How His Grandparents Emigrated To U.s. And Started The Business.
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9. Japanese-american Farmer Steve Sakuma Tells History Of His Family's Skagit Valley Fruit Farming Business.
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10. Members Of Iglesia San Carlos Choir Of Burlington Rehearse For Sunday Service. Church Serves Part Of Large Local Hispanic Community.
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11. Jeannie Mclennan Remembers Her Early Family Involvement In The Annual Sedro-woolley Loggerodeo And Recounts Some Of The History Of The Event Up To The Present Day.
4:23 $0.99
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12. Well Known Nature Photographer Lee Mann Of Sedro-woolley Talks About His Family History And Growing Up In A Small Logging Town Along The Cascade Loop Highway. Then How He Began Work As A Photographer.
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13. Dennis Shinn Of Sedro-woolley Talks About What Drew Him To The Craft Of Woodturning, Types Of Wood Used, And How They Acquire Their Wood Locally.
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14. Jean Bates And Her Husband Run Hemlock Highlands Cattle Ranch In Sedro-woolley. She Shares Experiences Of Raising Scottish Highland Cattle.
3:38 $0.99
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15. The Late Vi Hilbert, Upper Skagit Elder And Storyteller, Remembers What It Was Like Growing Up On The Shores Of The Skagit River. She Speaks First In Lushootseed, Her Native Language, Then Translates What She Has Said Into English.
2:51 $0.99
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16. Ernest Queen And Barbara Ensley Lead Congregation Of Hamilton Community Church In Singing Of Southern Gospel Hymn, "i'll Fly Away." Ernest Queen On Guitar.
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17. Fly Fisherman And Fly Tyer Danny Beatty Of Anacortes Talks About Some Famous Fly Fishermen Who Had Fished The Skagit River For Steelhead. Also Talks About His Favorite Tied Fly, Man Who Invented It, And Materials That Go Into Making It.
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18. Beekeepers Seth Smith And Wife Julie Tucker Of Concrete Talk About How They Got Started Keeping Bees, How It's Done, And Why Bees Are So Important To Our Food Supply.
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19. Quilter "grammy" Sue Thomas Moved To Concrete From Southeastern U.s. She Remembers Being Taught To Quilt By Her Mother And Discusses Many Of The Traditional Quilt Patterns She Still Makes Today.
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20. Retired Forest Service And Parks Service Ranger Gerry Wood And Wife Robin Of Concrete Share Stories From Their Early Days As A Fire Lookout & Switchboard Operator, And Later When Gerry Was Head Ranger At Ross Lake For The North Cascades National Park.
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21. Judy Hemenway Of Rockport, Who Serves As President Of The Board For The Skagit River Bald Eagle Awareness Team Gives Background On The Festival And Interpretive Center And How The Community Decided To Educate The Public About Endangered Bald Eagles.
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22. Sawyer, Retired Logger, Ferryman And Truck Driver Tommy Dellinger Of Rockport Recalls His Early Years Working In The Logging Industry In The Area And Tells The Story Of His Attempt To Cross On The Ferry With A Load Of Logs.
4:35 $0.99
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23. Bob Mierendorf, Archaelogist For The North Cascades National Park, Who Is Based In Marblemount, Shares Information About His Work In The Park And The Few Indigenous, Archaeological Sites That Are Open To The Public And The Need To Protect Other Sites.
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24. Tom Barnett, Owner Of Ross Lake Resort And Will Shields, Lead Woodworker And Boatbuilder, Talk About The Wooden Boats That Have Become A Tradition At Ross Lake Resort.
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25. Photographer Lee Mann Remembers The Group Of Climbers From The 1930s Who Made Some Of The First Ascents In The North Cascades, And Of His Discovery Of One Of Their Caches On A Summit Along The Ptarmigan Traverse.
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26. Paul Butler Gives Some History Of Mountain Guiding In The Area And Describes Some Of The Mountain Guiding Experiences His Business, North Cascades Mountain Guides, Offers.
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27. Backcountry Forest Service Ranger Laurie Dowie Of Twisp Tells The Story Of Having To Locate A Backcountry Hiker During The Famous Thirtymile Fire Of July 2001.
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28. Jennifer Zbyszewski, National Forest Supervisor For Recreation, Wilderness, Facilities And Special Uses For The Methow Valley Ranger Station, Provides Some Background On The Early Years Of The National Forest In The Methow Valley Region.
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29. Brad Pinkerton Talks About Growing Up Going To Fiddle Contests And Of Starting The First North Cascades Old Time Fiddle Contest In 1998.
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30. Historian E. Richard Hart Of Winthrop Provides A Brief History Of The Native American People Who Inhabited The Methow Valley.
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31. Claude Miller Of Winthrop Tells Some Stories About His Father's Work Driving Cattle, Packing With Outlaw Horses, Packing For The Forest Service And Rodeo Riding. Then He Shares How He Got Started Horse Packing.
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32. Retired Smokejumper And Base Manager Bill Moody Of Twisp Talks About When The Base In Winthrop Was First Established, The Gear They Work With When They Jump Into A Fire Area, And The Story Of When He Found Himself In A Dangerous Situation During A Fire In
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33. Talented Bluegrass Fiddler And Singer Leah Larson Kominak Of Twisp Performs "a Little Ways Down The Road."
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34. Horse Packer Steve Darwood Of Carlton Talks About His Family's History As Some Of First White Settlers In The Methow Valley And About Working As A Horse And Mule Packer In The Pasayten And Lake Chelan-sawtooth Wilderness Areas.
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35. Tr Stewart Performs A Song You Might Hear Around The Campfire On A Horse Packing Trip, "strawberry Light."
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36. Retired Forest Service Ranger Jim Hammer Of Carlton Describes How They Went About Surveying And Building New Hiking Trails.
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37. Joni Parks Talks About Organizing The Annual Dragon Boat Races That Now Takes Place Every Summer In Her Town Of Pateros.
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38. Quilter Lisa Schluneger Of Pateros Shares Information About Her Local Quilting Group And The Charity And Community Service Efforts Of Her Group.
2:57 $0.99
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39. Farmer, Orchardist And Vintner Guy Evans Of Chelan Is 5th Generation Of His Family To Farm In Chelan. He Shares Some Of His Family Farming And Fruit Orchard History And The Kinds Of Changes They Are Making Today To Sustain Their Business.
6:37 $0.99
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40. Fishing Guide Terry Allan Talks About The Type Of Fishing He Does With His Clients On Lake Chelan And Then Tells The Story Of The Day When One Of His Clients Caught A Fish That Made The State Record.
4:10 $0.99
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41. Vintner And Wine Grower Paul Benson Of Chelan Shares The Story Of How His Family First Established Their Estate Winery.
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42. Yakama Elder Virginia Beavert Tells One Of The Local Native Legends Of The Cascade Loop, The Legend Of How Ribbon Cliff Was Formed.
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43. End Of Cascade Loop Heritage Tour - North With Song "cowgirl Attitude" By Horse Crazy.
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The focus of the northern section of the Cascade Loop audio tour guide is on the cultural heritage and traditional art forms that you’ll find along the way. We have
attempted to provide an introduction to the various ethnic community traditions you will find along SR 20, SR 153 and U.S. Route 97, such as Native American,
Croatian, Dutch, German, Hispanic, Japanese, Scandinavian, and Anglo-American; and occupational traditionssuch as fishing, boat building, crop and livestock farming, logging, mountain guiding, horse packing, fruit and wine growing. This guide is by no means comprehensive and there are undoubtedly many aspects of the local cultural heritage we have not been able to include here. We apologize for anything that may appear to have been left out or overlooked.
Our intention has been to capture some of the local narratives and music, and to give listeners a sense of the culture of the region – past and present. Some of
the people we recorded for this project come from families who have lived for up to five generations along the Cascade Loop, some who have lived here for all or
most of their adult life, and others who are relative newcomers. The audio tour begins in Anacortes and travels east along SR 20 through the Skagit Valley. You will
pass under Interstate 5 and continue east on SR 20 over the North Cascades Highway to the Methow Valley, and then head south to the towns of Winthrop and
Twisp. At the south end of Twisp, you will continue south on SR 153 to Pateros, where you will connect with U.S. Route 97. At this junction U.S. 97 travels south
along the shores of the Columbia River and then east to the town of Chelan.

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