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The San Juan Islands are an archipelago in the Salish Sea, nestled between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Strait of Georgia. The islands represent the peaks of a submerged mountain range connecting Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada and the northwest corner of the US mainland. While four islands can be accessed by ferry – Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and San Juan - to really see the area you need a boat.
The start to cycling season in the northwest, Chilly Hilly is loved and hated by many. More than 3000 cyclists brave the course, and the drizzle every year.
You know they're coming! Get ready for the zombies by tricking out your sailboat now! Read through this logical assessment of the benefits of sailing away from the zombie apocalypse.
With many great port towns along the Washington Coast, this road trip will take your through the best sights to see. From West to East you'll find something for everyone whether you enjoy boating, hiking, or just great scenery.
Want to learn to make jam? How hard could it be? Ok, frequently those four words, ‘how hard could it be’, are a prelude to disaster, but when it comes to making jam they really do apply. Go ahead, give it a shot. I did it and so can you.