Whether you are a Seattle resident, or someone considering visiting for the first time, you may find this Seattle trivia quiz fun and challenging and some of the answers may surprise you!
It is funny how you don't realize how much there is to do and how much you love your hometown until you leave. So to drive the point "home", here is a list things you simply must do while living or visiting the Tri-Cities, and best of all, they require relatively little or no money.
The five haunted places in Seattle.
See photos & videos of this oldest operating farmer's market in the U.S. Not only fruits, veggies & flying fish...but entertainment, restaurants & more are here to be seen & enjoyed.
Take a journey with me to a historic lodge which beckons to a simpler era, and a to hauntingly beautiful rain forest--all nestled within the protective embrace of the National Park Service.
Tucked away in the heart of Washington State is the scarred landscape that still exists from the eruption of Mount St Helens in 1980. For a fascinating experience plan a visit to one of America's most dynamic and beautiful National Monuments.
Photos & videos of a fantastic San Juan Islands cruise. Sunsets, whale watching, Friday Harbor, double-decker bus tour, location of the Pig War & more...
Green forests, Puget Sound beaches, Mount Rainier viewings, wild life, recreation, everything you could ask for a vacation. Come see the Key Peninsula in Washington State. You'll want to return again and again.
Mukilteo is Number 10 Best Place to Live in America out of the Top 100 Best Cities, as recognized by Money Magazine. Mukilteo is a Snohomish native word that indicates a good campground and it is definitely that. While the rest of the West Coast went into economic decline, Mukilteo in Snohomish...
Not only is Snoqualmie Falls a gorgeous site but it also provides hydroelectric power to Washington State. See photos & videos. The Salish Lodge has a bird's eye view of it!