Archive of posts tagged "washington"

Hotel Bellwether in Bellingham

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The beauty of living in Vancouver is that we have seemingly endless options for weekend activities. Whether it’s heading for a walk in the woods, cycling a sea side route, or even leaving town to explore more of the Pacific Northwest. When some retail therapy is in order, especially with a strong Canadian dollar in […]

On the Water for a Tulalip Bay Tour

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During my stay at Tulalip Resort my group was shuttled over to the Port of Everett where we boarded the Hat Island Ferry for a tour around Tulalip Bay. View Larger Map When you’re driving down the I-5 toward Seattle, the Port of Everett would be on your left. It looks rather industrial and is […]

Tulalip Resort in Washington State

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I have been a guest of the Tulalip Resort for the last day or so as they have been hosting a group of media from the Vancouver area. Believe it or not, it’s my first trip to Tulalip and the Premium Outlets next door which are about a 2.5 hour drive from Vancouver, BC. The […]

Mount St Helens Eruption: 30th Anniversary

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After hearing the loud rumble that caused the curtains to blow in my mother walked over to the crib to check on me. It was Mother’s Day. She thought the noise came from someone slamming lids on dumpsters but soon found out on the news that Mount St Helens in Washington State had erupted. I […]

Vancouverites Represent at Gnomedex

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I know that Derek and Airdrie, DaveO, Kris, Tris, and Tanya are down at Gnomedex in Seattle this weekend but in case you are just tuning in, here are some more links and resources if you’d like to follow the mega-conference from your corner of the globe. Photo credit: Derek Miller on Flickr Sessions are […]

The Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Today I took in my first Seattle Mariners game and even though the M’s walked away with a loss, it was one really great evening at the ballpark. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Being born and […]