Bo Miller came to Fishtown in 1972 at Charlie Krafft's invitation. They had run into each other in India the year before, at one point living on a houseboat on the Ganges for several weeks. An architect by trade, Bo's skills contributed to the restoration of many Fishtown shacks and refurbishment. True to the spirit of the place, Bo transcended his formal training and wrote poetry, made prints, pen and ink drawings and carved sculptures and wooden boxes. Bo currently lives in La Conner with his family where he is a sculptor and designer.
"Fishtown for me was a window on a world that could be peaceful, creative, and spiritual. I was fortunate to spend my post-1960's in a pastoral metaphysical bliss that was/is the Skagit Valley"