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The San Juan Islands have become a big time destination for travelers, and not just locals to the Pacific Northwest. People are flocking here from all over to get a sense of what our boating/island life is like while enjoying the Northwest culture and food. Many of the islands can be easily accessed via ferry... Continue Reading →
About a month ago my son and I did a camping trip over in Central Oregon, just outside of Sunriver. We were checking out the Bend-Sunriver RV Campground at the time and wanted to get out for a little walk. There are lots of great options in the Bend area, but we are fans of a... Continue Reading →
We have stayed in a lot of different types of campgrounds but usually do so in our little teardrop. We were recently given the opportunity to stay in a yurt, which we have never done before and thought we should try it out. We packed up and drove the 3.5 hours from Portland to just south of... Continue Reading →
A few months ago my 8-year-old son decided he didn't want to go to soccer camp, which was a stunning realization for me because he says he wants to be pro-Footballer when he is older. He asked if we could cancel soccer camp and go camping instead. He was very specific where he wanted to... Continue Reading →
Every so often when we are cruising through the toy store I will pick up a game and put it up in the cupboard for a day when things are boring and we need a little something new. A while back I picked up the game "Dweebies" by Gamewright from Thinker Toys (our local toy... Continue Reading →
Nitty-gritty: Trail will be covered in snow from October until July usually, and the upper portion of the hike can be covered in snow until late July Trail length is 3.5 miles total and climbs about 1115 feet. You are hiking at elevation (7090 - 8,060 ft) This trail is listed as a difficult hike, and is fine... Continue Reading →
Nitty Gritty: Depending on where you start the trail can vary in length from 5 miles to 7 miles round trip. The trail is an easy trail and there is very little elevation gain or loss (depending on your hike +/-300 feet). According to websites the trail is open March-November, but I am guessing depending... Continue Reading →