Need a writer or a hand with your social media strategy? Schedule your FREE Discovery Session now! If you're familiar with Washington, you're familiar with Mount Rainier. This stunning beauty is iconic whether you're seeing it from I-5, on the daily dog walk in my neighborhood, at the end of the parade field on Fort Lewis … Continue reading Day Trip: Paradise and Mt. Rainier
Looking for someone to handle your social media? Need a guest writer? Ask about our services. Sigh... Si what I did there? Okay. I'm done. Mount Si (pronounced sigh) was our last big hike we did before leaving Washington. As any other Sunday we headed out on July 8, 2018 around 11 a.m. to climb a … Continue reading The Mountains Are Calling: Mount Si
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This was one of those treks that had me counting my blessings: Strong legs, endurance, working lungs, the ability to climb and hike which is denied to many and the urge to explore with an able body that many deny.
If you missed Part One or Part Two follow those links to catch up and meet us back here. Saturday, July 28: Colorado Springs, Manhattan, KS and Spring Hill, KS We left Colorado Springs at 9 a.m. to head for my home state. We knew we were in Kansas when we stopped in Wakeeney for gas and … Continue reading Cross-Country Road Trip: Part Three of Three
If you missed Part One, catch up here. Picking up where we left off... Even though Colorado was some of the worst driving we had, we enjoyed this part of the trip the most. Colorado is a beautiful place and the 'West' for many in my home state. You don't need to travel very far to get … Continue reading Cross-Country Road Trip: Part Two of Three
Ah, yes, PCS season. Can you just smell the cardboard box and endless pizza for every meal? This summer was the first move my husband and I did together and it was a full PCS from the Army. We drove two cars with our belongings and dog from Washington state to North Carolina before settling into … Continue reading Cross-Country Road Trip: Part One of Three
***We had a few GoPro pictures and videos on our GoPro but my husband's computer is currently down and out. I have borrowed photos from online users and credited the owners in captions. Enjoy! So you're looking for a dog friendly, family friendly, quick hike with a waterfall view. Can you get it all? … Continue reading Mima Falls: Dog, Family & Friend Friendly Hike
Summers are for camping, beaches and time with your friends. If you can fit them all in the same weekend, even better! Westport is known for it's miles of sandy, public beaches, boardwalk with stores and plenty to eat and drink and a casual weekend for anyone wanting to drive out to the beach. They … Continue reading Westport Beach Camping
Skiing and snowboarding (for the second time in our lives) in the famed, largest ski resort in North America. See what we did in the Olympic Park; venue for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.