Motorcycle and ATV Ice Racing Championship Series

The Ice Racing Championship Series came to Xfinity Arena in Everett, complete with round and rounds of motorcycles, ATVs, and trikes driven by riders of all ages and capabilities. Fast performers would be followed by classes with little kids. And those little kid rounds were fun with their […]

2017-02-11T21:40:37+00:00 January 7, 2017|

Bagley Lakes Loop Trail at Mt Baker near Artist Point

Bagley Lakes trail is a picturesque and casual 2 mile loop trail that is a visual carnival for hikers of all types. Starting from the Mt Baker Visitor Center located just a bit down from beautiful Artist Point, the trail meanders through an alpine meadow valley of exposed rock […]

2017-04-01T12:23:12+00:00 September 10, 2016|

Ebey’s Prairie Trail in Coupeville on Whidbey Island

The Ebey’s Prairie Trail is a historic and picturesque trail that starts at inland bucolic farm land and ends at a beautiful bluff overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.

For a solid dose of local history, start at the Sunnyside Cemetery. This includes the graves of many early, famous […]

2017-04-01T12:27:31+00:00 September 4, 2016|

Baker Lake Trail near Mt Baker

Baker Lake Trail extends for miles along the pretty shores of Baker Lake near Mt Baker. It is ready for shorter out-and-back walks or longer stretches. Rivers, suspension bridge, pretty forest, mountainous views, and more are experienced along the way.

Baker Lake was formed in 1959 when Baker River […]

2017-04-01T12:29:02+00:00 August 21, 2016|

Whidbey Lemonade Day

The Island County Economic Development Council initiated a cool annual event for kids: Whidbey Lemonade Day. Kids all over Whidbey Island are provided advance training on how to run a small business through a lemonade stand. Normal health department regulations are addressed for this one time event by […]

2017-03-24T22:40:19+00:00 August 20, 2016|

Northwest Trek

Northwest Trek is a fun “natural setting” zoo set on 723 forested acres in Eatonville on the way to Mt Rainier National Park. Animals of many types and locations can be found wandering in the 435 acre bus/tram-accessible open space, and then there are naturally landscaped pens for up […]

2017-02-06T22:12:15+00:00 August 7, 2016|