Potlatch is an 84-acre park with camping and water access, also along the Hood Canal. I think it’s a little more scenic than Twahna because of the fallen logs and visible tree-capped hillsides. It also has … buried treasure! Read on to see what we found 🙂
It’s been eight weeks since we moved to Washington. And while we are househunting, we are livin’ it up in a family cabin on a golf course along the Hood Canal.
If you ever travel to the Pacific Northwest, make sure to put the Alderbrook Golf Club and the Hood Canal on your bucket list.
That day we didn’t plan to swim …. but then I said yes anyway. Because that is what childhood is about! It’s about letting go of perfection.
Let me tell you about Twanoh Creek – because the kids and I love a good creek.
You’ll find this one at Twanoh State Park, in Union Washington.
When we visited Twanoh State Park in August, it was interesting expanse of shoreline because the shallow water stays warm in the summer, a creek flows into the canal and there are shells all over the ground.
We made it to Washington! 🌲 For those just tuning in here, Bowen and I decided to move from California…
Here’s my goodbye column in California with Paso Robles Magazine and Colony Magazine. Community news helped bridge the gap from my blogging world to local print and it’s sure been great ride.
In February 2017, we ventured to the Pacific Northwest. And since my husband was on this trip, it was glorious just for the simple fact that I was no longer out numbered.
We survived the plane ride and car trips getting to where we needed to go. And by survive, I mean we didn’t go completely bonkers keeping the little children constantly occupied. But as soon as we settled in at the vacation house, it was clear that the baby had a stomach bug It’s always something right?