The Windy Edge at Ebey’s Landing

Whidbey Island has got to be close to the top of my list for Pacific Northwest getaways. To tell you the truth, it feels like more than just a getaway destination to me; it’s like I’m destined to live there or something. Is that weird? Do you ever get that feeling when you go somewhere, […]

CAMP: South Whidbey State Park

ALERT: South Whidbey State Park is open for day use only. Due to hazardous trees in the old-growth forest, the campground area is closed indefinitely. Camping is available at nearby Fort Casey and Fort Ebey state parks.   Campsites are nestled in the lush woods on a bluff here, so there are no water views from the campsites themselves. Still, […]

Blowing Glass in Langley

Before I moved to the Northwest, I knew as much about glass blowing as I did about raising camels. Which is to say, nothing.

Cama Beach Cabin Practicalities

My overall impression of the cabins at Cama Beach State Park? They live up to the hype. This is an incredible escape during the off-season months.

New Cabins on Camano Island

First, the really great news. On Camano Island, just 90 miles from Seattle and not requiring transport by ferry, sits a wonderful new waterfront Washington State Park set to make its debut June 21. And, it features the most charming waterfront cedar cabins. AND, they are one of the cheapest sleeps going! Practical Tips for […]

South Whidbey Weekend

Island life. A pace or two behind the city, of course, but isn’t that why you go there?