The rainy and windy weekend was a perfect test environment for having a camper van for a year-round camping season.
Labor Day 2012: One very big hike but no soaking in Washington’s Olympic National Park.
Another spin through the tulips, though this week, joined by the man in the dark jacket.
With the day bright and a car to get there, Skagit Valley was a swell place to play hookie for the day and get in some miles on the bike.
It’s Vic’s birthday. We’re at the beach. It’s raining.
A few new pictures of the San Juan Islands.
Carol’s house doesn’t feel small while you’re in it, but it definitely seemed small when it was pulled across Elliot Bay.
The maps are out…but the days are getting short and the nights cold.
Summer in the Northwest can be woefully short. With the work, out-of-town trips, and cool weather, this year’s felt shorter than ever. Labor Day came and went and we hadn’t even spent one night this year in our tent! How did that happen?
Three days of bike touring in the Land of the Great Ice Age Floods!
It’s incredibly scenic, the few stops are good ones, and it’s challenging enough to make the heart swell with pride while the legs throb with agony.
On par with Holland for cool and damp, it’s perfect for growing bulbs and is our country’s largest bulb growing area.