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Summer on Fidalgo Island

Summer is a popular time for guests to visit Anacortes – we completely understand why! With our mild summer temperatures, lush forest lands to explore, and water that surrounds us on all sides, staying here is a terrific way to…

Hike of the Month- Spider Meadows

For years I’ve read articles about Spider Meadows, but for one reason or another, just never made it that way. Well, happily that all changed this week. Me and a group of friends–some new and some old– got our acts…

Please–No More Abandoned Campfires

Over the 4th of July holiday weekend Forest Service firefighters extinguished abandoned campfires on most ranger districts of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.  Luckily, these fires were either still inside fire rings or had not grown larger than about a tenth…

Uncover Community Culture Along Highway 2

As you head down the west slope of the Cascade Mountains on Highway 2, imagine early settlers moving in the area. Towns in the Skykomish and Snohomish River valleys honor and celebrate their heritage each year with local festivals. July…

Please Fully Put Out Your Campfires

Campfires are one of the pleasures of camping in the woods, but along with the cozy campfire is the responsibility to make sure it is COMPLETELY out before leaving the campsite.  Don’t let your campfire become a wildfire! Before leaving…

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