Seasonal Cascadian Migrations

Seasons of Cascadia The mist begins to lift from both forest and sea. An occasional ray of sunshine peeks over My Rainier. A lenticular cloud hovers over the mountain, freaking out everyone but the locals. Cherry blossoms bloom. It's the fabled socks and sandals weather complete with vernal rainbows. For the first time in 8 … Continue reading Seasonal Cascadian Migrations

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Top 20 Reasons I Love Cascadia

Top 20 Reasons I Love Cascadia #20 Berries – – Blackberries, raspberries, salmon berries, huckleberries, Spooners strawberries... You thought I was going to say apples didn’t you? Nope, the berries are better. #19 Farmers markets with flying fish, bakeries that make soul cookies, urban farms with ancient vines, and organic locally made lollipops with zero … Continue reading Top 20 Reasons I Love Cascadia

Top 20 Reasons I Love Western Washington

#20 Berries - - Blackberries, raspberries, salmon berries, huckleberries, Spooners strawberries, and the list goes on. You thought I was going to say apples didn't you? Nope, the berries are better. #19 Farmers markets with flying fish, bakeries that make soul cookies, urban farms with ancient vines, and other locally made organic goodness. #18 You … Continue reading Top 20 Reasons I Love Western Washington