Balancing on the Dock of the Bay

Balancing on the Dock of the Bay (top photo) by Malia Dailey of Liberty Dock and Palm Springs. Black-crowned Night Heron, Egret, and Pigeon photos by Karen Cadenhead of Main Dock. This photo-only submission thanks to Rusty Hendley, also of Main Dock. Read more

Davey Jones’ Boat Moves!

Shortly before 9 a.m. yesterday morning Davey Jones’ boat made the move from the old Gates Co-op area to Main Dock. His floating home was right at the end of the (new) viewing pier. Two others still to be moved, 2 more under construction, and a few for which we... Read more

WPH Construction Expected to Finish by Early 2018

You may have noticed there is renewed activity in the Gate 6 area. I contacted Waldo Point Harbor construction superintendent Dan Hughes to ask for an update on the project and completion timelines. The following is the response I received, which leads to the belief that construction must be completed... Read more

New Shopping Carts from FHA

  If you’ve seen some new shopping carts on your dock recently, that’s because the Floating Homes Association has purchased 40 new and refurbished carts for use by residents. FHA Vice President Flo Hoylman arranged for the carts to be delivered to pick up points near East Pier and Liberty... Read more

Our Voices Have Been Heard

Earlier this week, over at Waldo Point Harbor, we saw the notice that Aquamaster, a toxic herbicide produced by Monsanto, was about to be sprayed around our beautiful bay. Issaquah dock reps Ali Johnston and myself (Sandy Harford) quickly put the word out to our dock mates that they just might want to weigh in on this issue. It’s well... Read more

When will the WPH Construction End?

The Waldo Point Harbor Reconfiguration is in the final stages, according to Dan Hughes, WPH project manager. The crew will start back to work in late spring with prepping the park site, which is now the old Gates Coop parking area. In June, when the permit allows, they will begin the in-water... Read more

Lions Roar at the Women’s March

Malia Rudolf of Issaquah recruited floating homes residents and others to join the Women’s March on January 21 in San Francisco (earlier post HERE). The march was part of a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social justice for all. Here’s her... Read more

Residents Plan to Join Woman’s March

Rusty Hendley of Main Dock and Malia Rudolf of Issaquah are recruiting floating homes residents and others to join a Women’s March on January 21 in San Francisco. The march is part of a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social... Read more