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Mack Provisions cardholder wallets made of baseball gloves

We are kicking off the 2020 Holiday Gift Guide with: Mack Provisions!  Mack Provisions, based in Port Angeles is any Baseball fan’s dream come true. Owner and artist, KC Mack re-purposes old, vintage or memento Baseball gloves and turns them into a variety of items. He is most well known for his wallet creations.  Learning…

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kayakers on lake crescent

As road trips and nature have become the go-to for travel this year, Washington state offers so much to explore. The Olympic Peninsula is an incredible family escape offering something that everyone can enjoy, including your little ones.  Port Townsend Even if only for a quick lunch and stroll, this town is a must while…

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New Dungeness Light Station with beach wood

When I picture myself hiking in the Pacific Northwest, I always see myself set amongst a familiar backdrop — tall trees and even taller mountains. Winding forest streams carve their way through deep valleys of lush green foliage. It’s not hiking if there’s no tree roots to snag your boot on nor any hard rocks…

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Outside the city of Sequim, where the dense green foliage of the Olympic Mountains meets the bright blue sea, a wave of purple is surging through town. It’s lavender season in Sequim and the surrounding area. Every summer the cool fresh air flows in off the Strait of Juan de Fuca and mixes with the…

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We’ve all heard the opinion that western Washington is almost perpetually grey and rainy. While that may be the case in winter months, most of the west side is quite temperate and beautiful for much of the rest of the year. However, when it comes to one special west side region, an honest-to-goodness rain forest…

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Sequim is a vibrant small town located along the Olympic Peninsula, and it happens to be one of the driest cities in western Washington. Outdoor enthusiasts, seafood lovers and people who have a passion for everything lavender should definitely put Sequim on their list. There are so many adventures to be had year-round in this…

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Cape Flattery

On August 29, after a day of experiencing Makah Days and some of the other wonders Neah Bay and the West End have to offer, I headed down the coast to find Cape Flattery and Shi Shi Beach. Upon arriving in Neah Bay, I had made sure to stop in at one of the local…

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beach

A good hike for the colder months ahead: that became my mission the last few weeks as I contemplated my upcoming article. I had recently gotten back from a trip up Sol Duc to Appleton Pass and The High Divide, and although wonderful in so many ways, I had also encountered the first snow of…

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Looking for a day trip filled with arts and culture? Join Zac Blaylock as he takes us on a trip to Port Angeles.  I grew up on the Olympic Peninsula after my mom moved back from Bellingham when I was just 3 years old. Aside from a couple years in Bellevue in my twenties and…

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