Hood Canal

The northwestern part of Washington State is constructed like a giant jigsaw puzzle with an intricate maze of islands and strips of mainland interspersed with salt and fresh water. Whether you hop on a ferry to one of the islands or cruise the highways leading out onto the Olympic Peninsula, you can always find a…Continue Reading “Road Tripping in the Pacific NW: Cruising up the Hood Canal”

This time of year, it’s fun to look back and reflect on the year as a whole. 2014 is almost here, but before the clock strikes midnight and the calendar resets, I thought it would be fun to pick out some favorite photos from the past year. A lot of them are from prior posts,…Continue Reading “Fave Photos of 2013!”

At the end of a long strip of land, called Point Loma, with the Pacific Ocean on one side and the San Diego Bay on the other, is Cabrillo National Monument. Cabrillo National Monument commemorates Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo, who led the first European expedition to what is now the west coast of the United States…Continue Reading “Park Beat IV – Cabrillo National Monument”