Fun links for weekend reading

~Ross Gellar voice~ Heeeyyyy. Yeah, so this has been an exhausting week in the Craker household. We haven’t been working with our normal schedule so the “well oiled machine” that is our household has come to a screeching halt. Actually, it’s more of a 10 car pileup. People are exhausted, dogs are confused, plants are…

Flashback Friday: Whale watching

Hello. Have we met? I’m not sure if you’re aware but I love animals. Like really love animals. Like really, really, love animals. Even the animals I’m deathly afraid of. (What up horse!) So when Craig told me what we were doing to celebrate our fifth wedding anniversary, to say I was excited is an…

Ruby Beach

There are many ways to describe the Washington state coast. Rugged. Rocky. Cold. Windy. Foggy. Harsh. Intimidating. Beautiful. Despite its lack of sandy beaches – though there are a few – Washington’s coast is a must visit for any traveler. Walking on the rocky shores, looking at sea stacks, imagining what it must’ve been like…

Chambers Bay

If you live in the South Sound region, you’ve certainly heard of Chambers Bay. It is on the tips of everyone’s tongues this week, as the golf course is hosting the U.S. Open golf tournament. View this post on Instagram Enjoying the sunshine at #chambersbay! #travelingthepnw A post shared by @ travelingthepnw on Apr 17,…

Fun Links for weekend reading

People! People! It’s Saturday! First off, sorry to all you folks who still have to work today (I’m looking at you Craig). But for the rest of us who have the day off, can we just all give each other a virtual high five? ~VIRTUAL HIGH FIVE~ Now that we’ve successfully embarrassed ourselves I have…

The Big Cedar Tree

The Big Cedar Tree isn’t as big anymore, but it is still worth your time. The gigantic old cedar, located off Highway 101 near Kalaloch and Ruby beaches in Olympic National Park, lost a significant chunk in 2013, but remains one of the biggest trees we’ve ever seen – and that includes a trip to…