There’s nothing quite as gorgeous as summer in the Pacific Northwest and one of my favorite summertime activities is outdoor concerts that go on till late at night.
Savor, sip, save wildlife. Woodlark Park Zoo is hosting an end-of-summer extravaganza ‘WildBites’ that promises to be the best, wildest party to bid adieu to another fantastic Seattle summer.
Victoria is one of our favorite summertime destinations. It’s only a three hour ferry ride from Seattle, but the European architectural influence and the relaxed atmosphere makes it feels a world away. Here are the top spots we’d recommend for a weekend trip to Victoria.
Temperatures are quickly rising, but before we dive into those quintessential summer activities (road trips, beach vacations, hiking, pool days, boating etc.), let’s not forget about our favorite four-legged friends! Especially given how susceptible they are to the heat.
When one thinks of Utah, the last thought that pops in one’s mind is “beer.” Well friends, having just visited this lovely state, I am pleased to debunk the myth that it is a dry state…er, meaning alcohol is not consumed. Dry in climate? Yes—ten times yes. Dry in alcohol? Definitely not.
Lake Union boating at its steamiest.
Every Seattleite knows Summer in the Northwest doesn’t officially begin until after July 4th.
Break out the Otter Pops, shake the dust off that ceiling fan, and lather on the sunscreen for our guaranteed four or five days of sweltering weather. For the rest of our Summer days, you might be more inclined
Keep track of your wine glass at summer gatherings, courtesy of Screen Candy.
Glamour + Camping = Glamping — An unusual way to travel in Washington.
This summer, spend a luxurious night under the stars at the beautiful Destiny Ridge Vineyard, which overlooks the Columbia River in central Washington. This is glamping — glamorous camping — at its finest, amid the vines where Alexandria Nicole Cellars estate wines have their beginnings.