Bird Watching on Fidalgo Island

Bald eagles, marsh wrens and oyster-catchers; these are just a few of the birds one can spot on Fidalgo Island. Whether you are visiting for the day or staying for the weekend there are plenty of birding opportunities to enjoy….

Surviving Days Off With Children

By Joni Kirk The holidays are upon us, and I don’t simply mean the time between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Schools also close for extended breaks over the Martin Luther King Jr. and President’s Day holidays, snow days, and…

Winter Weather Outdoor Adventure Itinerary

Here is a short list of great winter recreation! Snowshoe three miles (one-way) and gain 1,100 ft. of elevation to alpine Skyline Lake on the Stevens Pass Greenway on this short but strenuous, snow-filled trek. Park and rent your Nordic…

Watchable Wildlife: Bald Eagles

Symbolized as the National bird of the United States in 1782, Bald Eagles are unique to North America and they can be found in abundance in many areas of the Cascade Loop throughout the year The size of these majestic…

Image of a white forest in winter

Traditions with Trees

By Joni Kirk There is something magical about making our way through the forest with snow or rain falling around us, side-stepping muddy paths, and warming chilled noses that motivates my family to leave our cozy home in early December…

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