We join Westport Seabirds for a trip 40 miles off the coast to look for birds that rarely come to land.
Missing the blue tarp, but otherwise, had Hanami covered during the cherry blossoms.
Mostly a walk along one of Seattle’s most popular beaches, the Stairwalk No 3: Golden Gardens, was a perfect walk to talk and catch up with family.
Six weeks ago, our life took a major swerve, so it was nice to get out for at least one night of camping in our new Westy.
A short, simple hike near Chinook Pass gets you right into the alpine valleys of Rainier.
While the Skagit Valley is best known for it’s tuplip fields, late May had plenty of colorful patches of bulbs and plenty to see.
Overweight and undertrained, spring fever got the best of me as I took to the road for a three-day journey.
A lazy moment while doing errands before Thanksgiving, Seattle style.
While Vic was gone, I decided it’s time to get serious about my book-making. And sometimes, it’s just helpful for research to go to the place with the most books: the library.
The crowds are gone, the shopping is easy. It’s so easy to love.
Seattle is surrounded by water, much of it the cold salty Puget Sound, but it’s a long way from pounding ocean surf. The closest beach is at Ocean Shores, a slender peninsula jutting into Gray’s Harbor.
A short out and back ramble on the lovely Cedar River Trail leads us to Seattle’s watershed and a nice tour of the salmon restoration efforts going on there.