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Wine On The Rock: Chocolate and Wine Tasting on Bainbridge Island

A short ferry ride from Seattle, Bainbridge Island is one of my favorite places to visit anytime I’m in Washington. Though the island itself is beautiful, the wine is what lures me back again and again (for an introduction to the different wineries check out my post “Sipping through Seattle: Wine Tasting on Bainbridge Island”). Recently, I had the opportunity to return to Bainbridge Island and explore some new wineries as well as visit old favorites during their annual “Wine on The Rock” event.


Glamping in the Pacific Northwest: Getaways for Every Season

For those who want to be close to nature without sacrificing the amenities of home, glamping is the perfect combination of camping and comfort. Gone are the days when camping concludes with summer. Thanks to the beautiful properties on Glamping Hub, you can be (comfortably) close to nature all year round. From treehouses to tents to tiny houses, the Pacific Northwest has a variety of glamping options for every season and style. 


Stalking Whales In The San Juan Islands

Last weekend I set out to the San Juan Islands with one goal: I wanted to see some whales. And not just any whales, I was on a mission to see Orcas (e.g. Killer Whales). I have always been captivated by these animals, but have never seen one in the wild. Fortunately for me (and anyone who shares my interest in marine mammals), Washington’s San Juan Islands are home to plenty of orca pods.