I have never been to West Point Lighthouse until recently and immediately fell in love with the picturesque scene! Currently part of the City of Seattle Parks and Recreation Department, the West Point Lighthouse at Discovery Park is close to home, has amazing hiking trails, great views of Seattle, and of course the lighthouse itself. We [...]
Avery is an train fanatic and when I came across the Mt. Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum’s Great Pumpkin Patch Express, I knew that this was the Fall activity of the century!!! I purchased the First Class ticket so that we can all be a bit more comfortable. We boarded the mid-century 1940s Olympian Hiawatha [...]
I went glamping in Millersylvania State Park and I had the best time ever doing something completely different to what I have ever done before. I’ve always love camping and hearing about ‘glamping’ - a literal combination of the term “glamorous camping” seem like the next best thing! My friend found a coupon for Pampered [...]
Today our little boy turns 2!!! To celebrate, we visited the city’s most famous landmark: the 184 meter high, newly renovated Space Needle! One of the most unique and remarkable feature of the renovation is the sheer amount of glass! The new observation deck offer glass benches called “Skyrisers” where visitors can lean back and [...]
The Mussel Fest swung into full action on Saturday under sunny skies and mild temperatures. The popular mussel chowder tasting cost $10 a ticket and is good for chowder samples at four different Coupeville businesses! This is my second time coming to the Penn Cove MusselFest and I always leave with a happy stomach!