It was fitting that we should travel north to the Skagit River yesterday to see the bald eagles that come to feed on the salmon. No rain was in the forecast and the drive itself is marvelous with views of the jagged North Cascades,… Continue Reading “A Journey to See the Bald Eagles of the Skagit River”
We’ve had relentless, pounding rain in the Pacific Northwest all week long but this morning broke like springtime. We went to Coulon Park for a walk and paused at the end of the lake for these views. Skyscrapers from the Seattle skyline can be… Continue Reading “A Week Like No Other”
For those of you who missed it the first time, here’s the conclusion to our Great American Road Trip, from Virginia to New York, through Chicago, across the heartland and home again to Seattle. Hope you enjoy the ride!
Here’s the third installment of our Great American Road Trip, this section through Kentucky and North Carolina along the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway. Come along for the ride by clicking the link below. https://catsandtrailsandgardentales.com/2016/05/15/great-american-road-trip-kentucky-and-the-blue-ridge-parkway/ Final installment still to come! Hope you enjoy. 🙂 Susanne
For those of you who may have missed it the first time, and feel like traveling from your armchair, here’s the second installment of our great American road trip, from Seattle to Virginia through the heartland, and Kansas! 🙂 See story below! https://catsandtrailsandgardentales.com/2016/05/12/the-great-american-road-trip-and-kansas/ Hope… Continue Reading “The Great American Road Trip – and Kansas”
I’ll be taking a break the next week or so and thought it would be a good time to reblog the story of a wonderful road trip we took across the USA a few years ago. For those of you who missed it the… Continue Reading “Hooray for Road Trips!”
I never intended to visit all fifty of these United States of America but once I realized I’d already made it to thirty-six of them, the remaining fourteen seemed a worthy goal. What are those states you may wonder? Well they are last for… Continue Reading “Fourteen States to Go and Countdown to Alaska!”
I know you can google it but why don’t you guess? Of the 59 US National Parks, which one is the most popular based on number of annual visitors? My guess was Yellowstone National Park. Established in 1872 and considered to be the world’s… Continue Reading “Most Popular US National Park – Surprised?”