Moon of the Salal Berry
Many plants are ready to harvest during this moon. Salal berries are picked, mashed, dried and made into cakes. Currants and trailing blackberries are also ripe. Meanwhile, camas leaves shrivel up, making it an ideal time for harvesting the bulbs.
Chinook runs are reaching their peak, with the summer run continuing and the fall run starting farther up the river. Fall Chinook run through the next two moons. Salmon are caught using weirs, dip nets and spears. Seals, which fish for salmon, are hunted near fishing sites. Fresh salmon is eaten, and a large amount is dried for winter use. The moon of the salal berry signals a good time to wind-dry fish before an abundance of insects arrive.
The 13moons patio offers the soothing views and setting for summertime relaxation or a romantic night out. We have live music from 6pm-9pm on select Friday and Saturday evenings. Pianist Deems Tsutakawa will play on August 21 and August 22—his warm jazz adding the final touch to a special night out.
Also this summer, join us for Sunset Happy Hour any day from 9pm-10pm to get $2 off any dessert and special drink prices. Indulge in summertime sweetness and try our refreshing Key Lime Cheesecake for only $5 during Sunset Happy Hour. This gluten-free cheesecake has a toasted coconut crust and is blended with lime zest. You don’t need to miss another sunset without treating your appetite!
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