Although Earth Day has come and gone, this current homebound era of slowing down has allowed us to truly plug into all the riches of our natural world.
Things are certainly changing by the day (or hour) over here, and we’re all doing our best to stay afloat in the midst of such uncertainty.
Vashon Island is admittedly a quirky place, yet there are several reasons we keep going back for more. First of all, it’s so conveniently close, meaning Vashon is the perfect destination for a partial day getaway or an easy overnight.
I’ve been finding myself saying “we need to do this more often,” to my husband recently. We have lived in Seattle for a little over three years, and this was the year I wanted to prioritize visiting “The Islands.”
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