Olympic Peninsula Weekend: The Hybrid and the Kabin

I’m a bit inclined to get stuck in ruts, from the cars I like to drive (old Volvo station wagons), to the campgrounds I prefer (tent sites near wilderness) to the toppings on my pizza (pineapple and hot peppers). And that’s usually okay because really, change is over-rated.   But one kind of change is not over-rated: climate change. Our record-hot […]

GO: Websters Woods in Port Angeles

Our Pacific Northwest forests are a work of art. I am stunned by the beauty of cedars draped whimsically in chartreuse moss, or when I see sun-dappled ferns carpet a forest floor. One Pacific Northwest swath of woods takes the concept of art a giant step further. Take an enchanting hike through Webster’s Woods, an […]

Port Angeles Trip Guide

Port Angeles has long been a popular destination for tourists to Washington state. The small city, nestled between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic mountains, makes a terrific base for Olympic Peninsula sightseeing and recreation. It’s also a great launching point for ferries to Victoria, British Columbia (the Coho or Victoria Express.) […]