One of the most sacred Native American sites in Washington state, the Tamanowas Rock, has been tagged with graffiti
The Peninsula Daily News reports it may be the anchor lost by the HMS Chatham as it explored with Capt. George Vancouver’s HMS Discovery in 1792
If you’re ready for a getaway, you don’t need to go far from Seattle. From fairs and rodeos to sand sculpting, jazz and blueberries, there’s a celebration in WA with your name on it!
The first day of fall is this Friday, September 23. Suddenly, our minds think of pumpkins, cider, changing leaves and harvest. Here are some great activities around the Sound where you can take the family to enjoy the first celebrations of fall.
If the beach is calling your name, you might think about heading West about 2.5 hours to the Long Beach Peninsula. Located in Pacific County, WA, this quaint little beach town has NW history, waves, and lots of high flying fun.