Tag Archives: Pacific Northwest

Mt. Baker Soars in Washington

Take a trip up a dramatic mountain — in your vehicle

Mt. Baker soars in Washington. Mountains have a mystical draw, and few can deny the urge to reach their summit. For those disinclined to physically climb one, there is a solution in northwest Washington State: take the drive to Mt. Baker’s Artist Point. Open only from July until the first significant snowfall occurs, usually in
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Washington’s Stonehenge Brings British History to the U.S.

Make a pilgrimage by RV to Stonehenge (the Washington state version). High on a hill overlooking the Columbia River in Klickitat County, Washington, sits a replica of Great Britain’s Stonehenge. Unlike the stone remnants of Britain’s prehistoric site (dated as far back as 3000 BC), Washington’s century-old monument reveals the tiniest traces of wear, with
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RVing With Pets in the Pacific Northwest

RVing with pets in the Pacific Northwest offers wide-open adventure. The Pacific Northwest is hard to beat if you RV with dogs. Often ranked as one of the most dog-friendly regions in the United States, the area offers an exceptionally welcoming experience for traveling canines and their humans. Now that spring is in the air, make time
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Exploring Seattle and the Surrounding Area

In the 19th century no one was betting on Seattle to become the great metropolis of the Northwest. The Washington capital was placed in Olympia and the railroads all built towards Tacoma. Then in the 1890s gold was discovered in the Yukon in the far north and tiny Seattle on the Puget Sound was the
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