September 2014

Rosario Resort

It’s hard to find a place that isn’t “hooked in” to the hub and the buzz of our networked society. It’s hard to get away from being connected to the present moment of the rest of the world. For me, it can get in the way of vacations. I bring all the busy and [...]

September 30, 2014

Imagine Children’s Museum

In historic downtown Everett, WA, an hour and a half south of the Peace Arch on US I-5, and only five minutes from Seattle Premium Outlets and Tulalip Casino, Imagine Children’s Museum offers fun, educational hands-on exhibits perfect for the growing minds of 1- [...]

September 24, 2014

Libations – “Beer Week”

You may have noticed in the past few years microbreweries seem to be springing up all over the place. Porters, IPA’s, ESB’s, APA’s, berliner weisses, hefeweizens, altbiers, English ales, strong ales, red ales, imperial stouts, barleywines: a fledgling beer drinker is [...]

September 19, 2014

There’s Something About Camels

I am sitting atop a camel, riding in a surprisingly smooth gliding motion, gazing towards the horizon, where I see six camels scattered across my field of vision. The sun is beaming down, it is verging on hot, and I peer into the distance to see… what is most decidedly not the [...]

September 9, 2014