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Adventure in Eco-Paradise: Haida Gwaii

Adventure in Eco-Paradise: Haida Gwaii

The ancient Haida village of K’uuna Llnagaay (Skedans) is the third largest in an archipelago of 150 islands known as Haida Gwaii, off British Columbia’s west coast.

View from the Stone's Throw Bed and Breakfast

Washington Getaway: Tiny Towns Along Route 2

Familiar to winter sports aficionados making a beeline from the Seattle metro area up to the Stevens Pass ski area, Route 2, along part of the Cascade Loop Scenic Highway, offers enough scenic wonders and offbeat attractions to warrant a far more leisurely drive during summer or fall.

Campbell’s Resort

When it opened in 1901, there were only sixteen rooms in the Chelan Hotel. Judge C.C. Campbell and his wife moved their family from Iowa after one look at the Lake Chelan scenery. More than a century later, Campbell’s Resort is a little bigger, but still family-owned. It’s not unusual to find families who vacation here every summer. With a prime location right on the waterfront, it’s not hard to see why. 

Alex Patia is Washington’s top birder

Alex Patia is Washington’s Top Birder

For Alex Patia, birding isn’t just a hobby—it’s a way of life. On any given weekend, he’s likely to be driving hundreds of miles to sites across Washington, searching for the rarest, newest and most elusive birds spotted in the state.

Historical Astoria

Astoria is an outpost of history that stakes its claim at the momentous merging of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean.