Things to do In Washington State
March is a great time to travel in Washington and we are making it easy! The holidays are over, the Seahawks are done and the tourists are all heading to Florida or Hawaii. Some of the most beautiful and popular spots across the state are less crowded, less expensive and just plain easier to vi...Read More
Fall is a time for pumpkins, colorful leaves, farmers markets overflowing with colorful squash and fall flowers, corn mazes and scary things. Coupeville, located on Whidbey Island includes a great farmers market, beautiful fall scenery and a month long Halloween celebration.
From Belfair to Shelton, Hoodsport to Seabeck and all along the Hood Canal...summer is FUN in Mason County. Travel to the area is easy and scenic. Whether you take a ferry from Seattle to Bremerton or Edmonds to Kingsport or travel over the Tacoma Narrows bridge, your destination is small town...Read More
As much as I LOVE Seattle, it is great to travel to the "other" Washington state. You know, the part with endless evergreens, beautiful coastlines, plentiful parks and trails for walking and hiking...a place where good food, fun and activity abound. Ok, that sounds a lot like Seattle to me...bu...Read More
Summer makes me think of water, sand, relaxation and food. Summer also makes me think of the Long Beach Peninsuala. Whether you are a family of 5 or a couple out for a great getaway, this lively beach community has something for everyone. Below is a quick list of upcoming events.
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There are a number of great reasons to visit Langley, Wa on Whidbey Island anytime of year. This sleepy little seaside village is alive with activity...if you know where to look for it. Artists, restaurants, shopping and outdoor activities are all found while strolling through this ch...Read More
First time visitors to Seattle usually have a short list of "must see" sights. These will invariably include the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and the first Starbucks. If they have a little extra time, they may also drop by the EM...Read More
Coupeville, the second oldest town in Washington state is tucked away on Whidbey Island. You can reach this charming, historic waterfront town two ways. One is a quick and scenic ferry ride. The other, a leisurely drive through the Skagit Valley and over Deception Pass. Whichever route you ch...Read More