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Visit Anderson Island

Visit Anderson Island

Visit Anderson Island Washington, Scenic and Natural! Anderson Island Washington is probably one of the least explored of all the magical islands in Washington’s Puget Sound. That fact is quite astounding, given the unspoiled beauty and quality visitor services on this, the southernmost of…

Point No Point Lighthouse

According to Friends of Point No Point Lighthouse, “Point No Point Light Station is the site of the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound. It is located in Hansville, Washington, on a point of land that the local Native American tribes had given the name…

Easy Kayak Tour Cutts Island State Park

Easy Kayak Tour Cutts Island State Park

By Wyatt Martin Tucked in the Carr Inlet, about a mile and a half southwest of Rosedale is one of Washington’s smallest State Parks, Cutts Island. The park covers the entire two acre island, which is only accessible by water. But what this park…

Spring in Skagit Valley

Spring in Skagit Valley

Frolicsome Floral Fields of the Tulip Festival! Skagit Valley, Washington lies between Seattle to the south, Bellingham to the north, the San Juan Islands to the west, and the North Cascade National Park to the east. The towns of Mount Vernon and Burlington provide…

Fort Worden State Park

Fort Worden State Park

Article by Wyatt Martin On the northeast side of Port Townsend, WA lies Fort Worden State Park. The 434-acre multi-purpose park still maintains the 19th century military fort that was originally designed as the last defense to the Puget Sound. The park has a…

Dive into USS Blueback

Dive into USS Blueback

By Wyatt Martin For 31 years the USS Blueback (SS-581) submarine patrolled the waters of the Pacific Ocean on various missions for the United States Navy. It was the second ever “Barbell-class” sub used by the Navy and the last non-nuclear, fast-acting sub to…

Chelan Fall Barrel Tasting

Chelan Fall Barrel Tasting

The Lake Chelan Wine Growers Association sponsors a number of events throughout the year. We were in Lake Chelan Thanksgiving weekend and took advantage of the Chelan Fall Barrel Tasting. In addition the regular wine tasting, they were offering tastes of the wines right…

Historic Mining Town of Liberty

Historic Mining Town of Liberty

The Oldest Mining Town in Washington We travel US Hwy 97 often on our way to North Central Washington. We’ve seen the sign for Liberty, WA but have always driven right on by. On our last trip to Lake Chelan, we had some extra time…

Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad

Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad

Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad – The Willamette Rides Again! In this episode from Touch the Pacific Northwest, the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad hooks up for a triple header. The three locomotives, the Hammond Lumber Co. #17, the Polson #70 (by Baldwin) and the Rayonier #2…

West Coast Wilderness Lodge British Columbia

West Coast Wilderness Lodge British Columbia

Welcome to West Coast Wilderness Lodge British Columbia By Ron Finney The West Coast Wilderness Lodge is a cliff-side resort on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, with fantastic views of the fjord-filled expanse of the Inside Passage. It is an excellent headquarters to…

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