Category Archives: outdoors

Jetty Island Adventure

Jetty Island is a man-made island in Everett, Washington. It has a rare sandy beach, so it’s a lot of fun to visit in the summer. It can only be accessed by boat, so we chose to use the free ferry. You can make reservations for groups of 8 or more. Otherwise, it’s first come […]

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Old Sauk River Trail Hike with Cub Scouts

The boys and I had a great time hiking along the Old Sauk River with the Cub Scouts! I took tons of pictures and video, so I made a fun little video summary of the hike. Hopefully you’re able to view it on the blog. I don’t think I’ve tried to embed a video on […]

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Two days, two beaches! — Day 2

On Day 2 we crossed the Canadian border and visited White Rock, BC. This was about a two hour  drive, but it’s worth it. I love White Rock! I kind of wish I could live there. First we stopped for a maple iced coffee at Tim Horton’s. YUM. We found a nice spot to sit. […]

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Two days, two beaches! — Day 1

Lance’s sister is here visiting and I love a good excuse to go to the beach. Day 1 was Iverson Spit Preserve on Camano Island. I had never been here before and I am so happy we decided to try it out. It’s only about 25 minutes from our house and it was beautiful! If […]

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Camping at Dosewallips State Park

  My husband has been itching to go camping since, well, the last time we went camping! He’d live in a tent in the woods if he could. I am not a huge fan of camping in the cold rain, so when we saw that Dosewallips State Park has cabins, we planned a last minute […]

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