Continuing with photos from a weekend on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Rialto Beach is a quick drive from Forks (famous for the filming location of the Twilight Movies). We got there before the sun started to set which means we were able to find a parking spot! It is a beautiful beach and … Continue reading Rialto Beach
If you have a chance to visit the Port Angeles area of the Olympic Peninsula, I recommend visiting Madison Falls. The trail is very accessible for all ages and abilities. It is paved and a short walk from the parking lot to the falls. You also have access to a great bike trail and to … Continue reading Madison Falls
This photo was taken in Pioneer Square, in downtown Seattle. Below this street lies the old Seattle street level. Sometime in the early 1900’s, the hills were regraded, causing the “street” level to shift. You can take an underground tour to view the old caverns.
Earlier this summer we took a long weekend trip to Leavenworth, Washington. The drive is only 2 1/2 hours and it’s a great getaway spot to escape from the city. We stayed in the Lower Johnny Creek campsite. There are great hiking trails all around this area. The added benefit of camping here is that … Continue reading Leavenworth in June
If you walk to the end of the world, Finisterre, you have the chance to burn your boots as a symbol of the end of your journey. Many people say that a pilgrim’s best friend is their boots. But if my best friend made me feel like that after a long day, I would never … Continue reading A pilgrim’s best friend