If I'm being honest, living in the West turned me into a bit of a trail snob.
I still count leaving Seattle as the easiest and most difficult decision I've ever made.
What was my favorite thing about Glamp 2019? I couldn’t possibly pick one.
Last week, before attending a special event near Seattle, I had an opportunity to spend a quick 24 hours in the city. It was the strangest sensation returning as a visitor to a place I used to call home.
Every year in July, the lavender fields on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula burst into full, round bushes of pale and potent purples. It’s lavender season, y’all.
I kicked off last weekend by playing hooky with a visit to Skagit County, about an hour north of Seattle, for the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
More than three hours after leaving Seattle, we arrived at our destination: beautiful Lake Crescent and the historic Lake Crescent Lodge.
This weekend, my friend JP and I tackled one of North Bend, Washington's most popular hiking trails: Little Si. Almost five miles out and back and rated at moderate effort by the Washington Trails Association, Little Si offered the perfect way to start the weekend, pouring rain and all.