The Seattle Mini Maker Faire is a terrific event for adults, kids, people who want to learn something interesting, and people who like to learn about cool stuff. Maker Faires are organized around the country by “creative geeks” who meld science, art, performance, and fun. The Seattle event […]
Nooksack Falls is a nice stop-over on the road up to Artist Point in Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. It is easily accessed immediately from a parking lot, and offers several different viewpoints.
The area around the falls is remote from towns yet has a history of providing electrical power, […]
At road’s end into the Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, there is one of the beauty spots of the Pacific Northwest: Artist Point. And a great trail to hike from there is Table Mountain Trail.
It ascends in a briefly steep fashion until undulating along an upper ridge, spanning only […]
The Cave B Estate Winery and Spa Resort is a surprising dash of rustic elegance in the harsh, dry elements along the Columbia River Gorge outside the little town of Gorge, Washington. Cave B offers many things for many people: its own wine, fine dining at Tendrils Restaurant, lodge, […]
The Ferry House (Ebey’s Inn) is an intriguing part of Washington history, preserved above the nearby shores of Ebey’s Landing in Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, Coupeville, Whidbey Island. The building and immediate vicinity is owned by the National Park Service, and the grounds are open to the public […]
Saratoga Passage offers beautiful views of tree-lined Whidbey Island to the west and Camano Island to the east. Waters are generally calmer than Puget Sound, and there are occasional public access points along the shore.
North comes upon several lagoons and eventually arrives at the mouth of Penn Cove. […]