The Mountains Are Calling: Mount Si

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

Westport Beach Camping

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

Rainbow Falls//First Hike With Our Dog

In April 2016 we adopted a German Shepherd/Saluki/Mutt mix from Iran with a cute face, floppy ears and a super soft coat. We named him Argo (like the movie with Iran & America.) On June 22, 2018 he turned THREE! Yes, this is a little crazy but if you knew him you would agree this … Continue reading Rainbow Falls//First Hike With Our Dog

Lazy Day Hike: Nisqually

If you're looking for an active rest day or an easy hike for a slow-day, Nisqually Nature Preserve (technically named Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge) is the place you want to be. When Argo ripped out of his third, padlocked kennel, resulting in stitches and hundreds of dollars in vet visits (GOOD THING … Continue reading Lazy Day Hike: Nisqually

Rattlesnake Ledge: Hiking With Dogs

In only five miles and at about 2,000 feet up, you'll be at one of the most popular, beautiful and unique outlooks in Washington. Plus you can do it all with your four-legged hiking buddy! Rattlesnake Ledge is popular because it is relatively easy, well-maintained for all types of families, it's easy to get to … Continue reading Rattlesnake Ledge: Hiking With Dogs