Anna, Like Thunder
Local author: Peggy Herring
Local editor: Claire Mulligan
Local publisher: Brindle & Glass
Although the novel is not set in the Tod Creek watershed, the story of the St. Nikolai is part of the Pacific Northwest shared history. The Russian schooner was marooned off La Push, at the mouth of the Quillayute River in Clallam County, Washinton, during a storm in November 1808. Peggy Herring has written this historical fiction about one of the survivors: Anna Bulygina, the 18-year-old wife of expedition commander Nikolai Bulygin.
“Returning the Loon to Prospect Lake”
Writing/ Editing: Shelagh Levey
Editing: Jana Kotasha
Design/ Production: Frances Hunter
Photography: Ivan Hunter [Portraits of Giff Calvert, Rick Todd, Pat Carfra and Shelagh Levey]
“Watershed Connections” Publications
Six issues of a journal, “Watershed Connections”, were produced. The purpose was to develop an awareness, understanding and appreciation for the watershed and to educate and encourage the residents to live in harmony with the environment, wildlife and each other.
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“Watershed Connections”.pdf files:
“Prospect Lake Reflections A Photographic Tribute of Significant Heritage Stories”
Presented by: The Prospect Lake Heritage Society