Beat blast: Sushi, donuts and some towering white pines

It’s one thing to just miss the 10:30 p.m. ferry sailing to Bremerton from Seattle, knowing you’re in for a two hour, twenty minute wait. But it’s entirely another to get there on time and be told a rather empty vessel can’t take any more passengers.

That’s exactly what Danielle Maloni encountered this past weekend. Because there’s only one ferry traversing Rich Passage at that time, the Coast Guard cuts drastically the vessel’s capacity on those late runs, as Ed Friedrich found out.

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That’s just the tip of the iceberg in this week’s Bremerton Beat Blast.

You’ll also learn:

Where you can get sushi in downtown Bremerton;

What four massive pine trees the city soon plans to chop down;

A place to soon find donuts on the westside of town;

A notorious city property that finds itself once again full of litter.

In one other news item, the Evergreen-Rotary Park boat launch was declared open for business last week. Here’s footage from the ribbon-cutting.

Questions or comments? By all means, that’s what I am here for. Send them to josh.farley@kitsapsun.com.

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