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Native American Artist

Steve Old Coyote has been carving Native American art for many years. He and his family live in Suquamish and travel throughout the region entertaining crowds with Native American dance, singing and story telling. Click Here to view a QuickTime© virtual scene showing a sample of his carving (560kb). Left click and drag within scene window to get 360 degree view.
He can be reached via e-mail at:
jessioldcoyote@yahoo.com or call 360-598-6528.


Clear Creak Virtual Scene

We've been getting a lot of wind and rain lately so we thought we would check out Clear Creak, in Silverdale, after one of the heaviest rainstorms of the year.

Click Here to open a new window with a QuickTime© virtual scene of a raging Clear Creak and the pedestrian bridge.

Seattle Parks Virtual Tours

The www.seattleparks.net website has been given a new look! We've also added several new virtual scenes including a virtual tour of Gasworks Park. Click Here to check it out.

Suquamish Past

book coverIn 1943 a group of Suquamish residents decided to record some of the past and the present in a book about Suquamish. The book talks about local tribal history as well as daily life in Suquamish from a non-native point of view. Click on the book image to open the Flip Book Album.

The software used to make this book was created by Flip Album. If you don't have the flip album viewer installed on your computer you will be asked if you want to download the viewer and have it installed automatically. Or click Here to download the viewer manually (about 4mb).


storypoleOnce upon a time there was a Story Pole that stood upon a hillside overlooking Downtown Suquamish. The Story Pole was carved by Joseph Hillaire, a Lummi, and depicts an ancient legend about two brothers.

Click on the photo to open a short video telling the story and showing the detailed carvings of Joseph Hillaire.


The Martinson Cabin

Take A Virtual Tour

The Martinson Cabin is a 100 year old structure that has been re-constructed at Nelson Park in Poulsbo, Washington.

Take a QuickTime© virtual tour of the old cabin that has been furnished with items from the turn of the century.



Verksted Gallery

Poulsbo, Wa.
The Verksted Gallery is a cooperative art gallery located in Historic Downtown Poulsbo.

Take a Virtual Tour !



Stillwaters Environmental Center


Kingston, Wa.
The Stillwaters Environmental Center takes a hands on approach when it comes to promoting good stewardship of our environment through public education. The recent EcoFest celebrating Earth Day is just one of the many educational events that take place at Stillwaters throughout the year.


Click Here See Virtual Scenes, Streaming Video, EcoFest Photo Album and more...


Take a ride on a Washington State Ferry

Bainbridge Island
Thousands of people commute to Seattle everyday using the Washington State ferry system. This method of transportation can be one of the most relaxing ways of getting to work.

We here at Kitsap.biz thought we would share a short video of a typical commute, aboard the M/V Wenatchee, on the Bainbridge Island / Seattle run.

ferry graphic

Click on the ferry graphic above to view streaming video (2.5mb).


Kitsap County History

Bremerton, Wa.
The Kitsap County Historical Society Museum has some great new exhibits at their newly remodeled location in Downtown Bremerton.

Click Here For Virtual Tours, Links And More Information


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