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How the Seattle Waterfront Found Pat McVay

1991 Downtown Seattle on the waterfront right where the big Ferris wheel is now at Miners Landing, Fisherman’s Wharf. Pat (pictured (L) above) put on a little chainsaw carving gig for us and it was kinda cool carving in the big city. With our saws out, we looked like smartly dressed chainsaw carvers and without saws while walking around all scruffy, we blended in well with some of the locals… Read More »How the Seattle Waterfront Found Pat McVay

Get This Straight: The Relative Truth About The McVays

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Republished: letter to the editor from Mike circa 1990 clarifying the relationships between the McVays: Posted on Steve Backus’ Facebook with comment –> “Good morning friends and neighbors, have posted this before, written by my mom’s older brother, Mike McVay a couple decades back. And while there have been some divorces, deaths and some newborns since then it traces our family back a few generations. Half brothers mentioned were step… Read More »Get This Straight: The Relative Truth About The McVays