It may still be August, but I can feel the change in the air. The sun is setting quicker and when it finally sets behind the big pine trees in our neighborhood the air brings a chill to the darkness. We are still enduring … Continue reading Curran Apple Orchard
People have been gathering at Spokane Falls for hundreds of years – first it was an important meeting place for the Native Americans, then it became a railroad hub and in 1974, Riverfront Park, was the hub of the World’s … Continue reading Spokane’s Riverfront Park
That’s right we’re welcoming a new member to the Traveling the PNW family. Her name is Tori and she’s my little sister. My 23-year-old little sister to be exact. Tori is living with us, helping out with Catarina while working … Continue reading It’s a girl!
Veronica and I like to joke about how we are single parents most of the time. I work a swing shift, meaning I take care of Catarina from 8:30 a.m. until the babysitter shows up at 3:30 p.m. Veronica then … Continue reading An Ode to Single Parents
As promised here are the photos for our quick visit to Ethnic Fest. The annual festival is coordinated by Metro Parks Tacoma and takes place at Wright Park. The first festival took place in 1986 with the intention of celebrating the … Continue reading Ethnic Fest
If you only had two hours to show someone around your fair city, what would you choose to do? My sister, Olivia Metcalf, was in town recently and they day she flew out, we had some time to kill, so … Continue reading Two hours to kill in Tacoma
The absolute best place to see rhododendrons in University Place and possibly Tacoma is at Homestead Park on Bridgeport Way near the Whole Foods. Or so I’ve heard. Veronica, Catarina and I recently decided to check out this little 5.5-acre … Continue reading Homestead Park in University Place