Washington Hikes: Big Four Ice Caves

We started our new year with a hike to the Big Four Ice Caves near Granite Falls, Washington. We learned about the ice caves shortly after we moved to the Pacific Northwest, but unfortunately because a woman died there when tons of snow and ice collapsed at the mouth of the cave. My public service …

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2018 Travel Recap

This year was full of adventures-- both happy and sad. We had some incredible times traveling with and to see family and friends, we explored more areas by motorcycle than in any year prior, we visited nine states, Brian got to experience his first overnight train ride, and I went on two solo adventures. We …

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Things to Do in Tacoma, Washington

I’m embarrassed to say that despite living in the state of Washington for three years we have not made the hour-long drive south to explore Tacoma. When I saw Fleetwood Mac was going on tour and performing at the Tacoma Dome, I booked us amazing seats relatively near the stage for the concert and roundtrip …

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Weekend Getaway: Discovering Utah

Our good friends moved to West Haven, Utah, several months ago, and we’ve been missing them ever since. Ian and Brian went to college together and reconnected when we moved to Seattle—I fell in love with Ian’s then girlfriend/now wife Nicole, and we had a blast getting to know them and the Pacific Northwest. They …

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Things to Do Near Whitefish, Montana

We had an amazing long weekend in Montana, taking the overnight train to Whitefish from Everett, Washington. There are tons of things to do near Whitefish, including: Exploring Glacier National Park via Going to the Sun road Taking in the scenery along route 2 Hiking and admiring wildlife in Many Glacier Driving to Waterton, Alberta …

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Day Trip to the Kitsap Peninsula

Despite living a hop, skip, and jump away from the Edmonds-Kingston ferry terminal, we rarely find ourselves making our way over to the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas. In our three years living here, we’ve only ventured over a handful of times with activities ranging from taking a long bike trip to the coast, exploring Olympic …

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Going to the Sun Road: Driving Through Glacier National Park

When we planned our long weekend in Glacier National Park, we were incredibly disappointed to hear that Going to the Sun road was going to be closed during our visit due to active forest fires. We had to quickly switch gears and research other things to do and were bummed to miss an experience that …

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The Road Less Traveled: Driving Route 2 Along Glacier National Park

If you’re considering a trip to Glacier National Park, I absolutely recommend you experience Going to the Sun road in both directions—there is a reason it’s one of the top things to do when you visit the park. However, I also recommend you consider experiencing the park from a road less traveled—U.S. highway 2. We …

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