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Seattle Ski Shuttle

Seattle Ski Shuttle

Ski season is right around the corner, and if you are looking for a convenient way to head to Crystal or Snoqualmie, check out the Seattle Ski Shuttle.  Read More 
NW Railway Museum

Northwest Railway Museum

We’ve just discovered another reason to hit Snoqualmie – the Northwest Railway Museum. Open seven days a week, folks who make the trip will discover how important trains and the railway system were to the Pacific Northwest.  Read More 
Pil Spring

Pilchuck Glass School

The Pacific Northwest is renowned for its beautiful glass, and it’s no wonder, with the Pilchuck Glass School, located just 50 miles outside of Seattle in Stanwood, Washington. Situated among the foothills of the Cascades on an old tree farm, the school is a creative inspiration for glass artists from around the globe.  Read More 
Tulips

Skagit Tulip Festival

Let’s face it, this time of year, anything that even hints of the possibility of sunshine is a welcome sign that spring has come to the Northwest. Vibrant colors are a great example of this, and folks can find a plethora of them at the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.  Read More 
Langley Whale

Whale Watching in Langley

This spring, take a trip to Langley, Washington and get two great experiences in one! Now, through the end of April, folks can get in on some serious whale-watching just by hopping on a Mystic Sea Charter and cruising the inner waters of Whidbey and Camano Islands, along with the area surrounding Hat Island.  Read More 
Emerald Downs

Opening Day at Emerald Downs

If you’ve never had the chance to experience horse racing live, it’s worth the trip to Emerald Downs for their Opening Day, April 19th. The energy in and outside on the track is simply crackling.  Read More 
hama hama

Hama Hama Oyster Rama

Earlier this year, I did a post on a really cool event at the Space Needle that involved oysters, cocktails and the gorgeous Seattle skyline at night. Well, I’ve found another one, with oysters, some beer, wine and nature’s skyline at the beach.  Read More 
The Bloedel Reserve

The Bloedel Reserve

If you’re looking for a unique outdoor experience, you might want to take a short ferry ride over to Bainbridge Island and visit the acclaimed Bloedel Reserve.  Read More 
Redhook Brewery's Haul Ash

Redhook Brewery’s Haul Ash

Got anything big planned for Saturday, May 18th? Did you forget? It’s the anniversary of the day Mt. St. Helens blew back in 1980. It also marks the 18th year Redhook Brewery has been commemorating the day with their “Haul Ash” bike ride.  Read More 
Kitsap Forest Theater

Kitsap Forest Theater

The Kitsap Forest Theaterhas been a treasured family tradition in the Seattle arts community since 1923. Located just 15 minutes from the Bremerton ferry, this magnificent outdoor theater is surrounded by giant fir trees and verdant ferns! Go early and picnic in the woods before the show!  Read More