I’ve fallen out of the blogosphere, but have a good excuse (at least to me). My family went to California. Now, I won’t tell you that it was before Thanksgiving and I don’t really have an excuse for not blogging since except that I’m technologically challenged when it comes to getting pics off my husband’s phone to put on here. I won’t tell you either that I haven’t even tried to figure out how to get them off his phone…because then you might think I’m lame. Continue reading
Before school started, we took a trip to the Olympic Peninsula to relax, see my brother, and pick up my daughter (who’s been working there all summer). I thought I’d share a few of my pics. I absolutely LOVE this area of the country. It’s so green (although they did have yellow lawns this year because of record-low water this summer). Still, compared to Idaho, it’s super green and lush.
Last year, I posted a series of my top 10 reasons I love Washington, so I’ll spare you a rehash. But we did Continue reading
The Olympic National park is huge…that’s why it’s taken me 3 posts to tell you my top 10 favorites. Today’s post will end this Tree-loving Trilogy with my Top 3 favorites (actually, all of it’s my favorite, but I had to number them…so these are my last three to talk about)
Reason 3 Why I love the Olympic Peninsula is…
Lots of Lakes
There’s a lot of rain here. That’s why it’s so green and lush. There are rivers, creeks, and lakes everywhere. Continue reading
My family and I just returned from a fun vacation at the happiest place on earth. It’s hard to come back from those kind of vacations…so I thought I’d ignore my work for a little while and return to my magical happy place through a blog post. Join me as I highlight the Do’s and Don’ts of Disneyland.
Plan to have fun. It’s the happiest place on earth, for goodness sake. Whales even smile in Disneyland. Continue reading
I’m having a serious island withdrawal. This post is to give me a tiny artificial fix. Last time we went to Kauai, we signed up for an all day Kayak trip down the Na Pali Coast. It was a 17 mile open sea kayak adventure…
…and it was S-P-E-C-T-A-C-U-L-A-R!
We started on the north shore at Haena Beach at 6am. I was so nervous. The preceding week, I’d had nightmares Continue reading