3 Days in Bellingham, Washington

Home to 82,000 people and a wealth of outdoor recreation to whet the whistle of anyone with a sense of adventure, Bellingham reminds me again and again of why I like to visit. This Pacific Northwest city is home to Western Washington University, is the beginning of the Alaska Marine Highway System, and a gateway […]

Ski Washington With Your Kids

This story originally appeared in the Alaska Dispatch News on November 7, 2017. Alaskans have an interesting relationship with Washington state. Even though the two states are separated by some 1,450 miles of real estate, Washington is often viewed as Alaska’s cosmopolitan cousin, a place for shopping, airport layovers and the occasional football or baseball […]

Washington’s Olympic National Park: Alaska south for our family

It’s been 10 years since AK Dad and I left the Olympic Peninsula town of Port Angeles for our next chapter of Life, Unscripted; but every time I return to this lush, green haven of outdoor recreation I am reminded of why I love it so. Thanks to jetBlue and their new service to Seattle […]