5 Reasons For Americans To Travel Their Own Country

While some people envy those hopping around Europe, touring Asia, or soaking up the sun on the exoxotice beaches of Bali, I sort of envy the complete opposite vibe of all that. Granted, I want to visit more outside the United States in the future, and a luxurious Mediterranean cruise sounds lovely once in a while.…

One Crazy August

It’s been so long since I’ve written a single word not in an email that I ask you to please forgive me if this post just turns out to be one convoluted mess of a read. As of August 15th, we have officially been living in Seattle for a year. And let me tell ya, folks……

Celebrating Summer By Cycling Nude… Why Not?

Sometimes, the city of Seattle makes me truly like her… If I could only pick one nice thing to say about this city, it’s that the freedom of expression here is insurmountable… which is a good thing. Especially at a time when it seems like our country is going backwards in its views and actions… that…

Wanderlust I Must ~ All The Road Trips!

There are days I get so restless I don’t know what to do with myself, and I’ve been having a few of those days lately. Maybe it’s spring fever kicking in now. Maybe it’s the world map propped up on my desk with push pins of the places we’ve been and of the places we…

Where The Flavor’s At In Seattle

Approximately two years ago, the husband and I moved to downtown Seattle from Columbus, Ohio. Somedays, it feels like yesterday and other days, it feels like we’ve been here for years and years. Coming from the midwestern city of Columbus, a lot of folks from the PNW seem to think we lived on a farm.…

Exploring The Georgetown Steam Plant In Seattle

Every second Saturday of the month, the Georgetown Steam Plant in Seattle is open to the public for free from 10am to 2pm. It can be a little confusing navigating how to get there, but if you see this crazy leaning tree, you’re really close! The entrance is right near it. I enthusiastically suggest a visit…

Exploring & Urban Hiking Queen Anne In Seattle

I was a bit of a tomboy when I was a kid. I guess you could say I was pretty balanced actually. I loved pretty dresses and shoes, but I also knew the value of a t-shirt and worn jeans and didn’t mind getting dirty playing outside. Those qualities still pretty much hold true today…

A Different Kind Of Friday ~ Seattle Snapshots

I hope y’all had a fabulous Thanksgiving! The husband and I had a quiet and relaxing holiday weekend that consisted of eating so much food, watching the Seattle Macy’s Day parade in the rain, listening to the chants of protesters across the city, and catching a showing of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. (I really…

Exploring & Moving Across The Country With Dogs

It has been almost three months since our little family traveled from Ohio to Washington. Time has flown by since we first drove into Seattle and immersed ourselves into downtown city life. It’s been a crazy ride… sometimes insanely stressful. But, the move actually went so well for us, and my little nomad pups can now add cross country move…

Canada/New England Cruise Part 3 ~ Beloved Boston

*If you missed ’em, check out Part 1 ~ Magnificent Maine & Part 2 ~ ♪ O Canada ♫. After Canada, we had a day at sea before our last stop in the beautiful and proud city of Boston. A measly eight hours in this city is not nearly enough, and I long to visit again…

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