Driving along the Olympic Peninsula feels like pouring out onto the earth’s edge. We drove slow, taking in the vast and rugged coastline, eating oyster po boys and dreaming about the future along the way. We watched seals swim at sunset, befriended a deer, sunk our toes in the sand, and drank whiskey… Read More
While a bit of a drive, the Methow Valley in northeastern Washington is stunning. Since there is still some snow in the mountains (all of these tulips almost had me fooled), we picked a place that would be good for camping, but in a sit-and-drink-scotch-by-the-wood-burning-stove-in-a-modern-Danish-shipping-container kind of way.
Hygge [hyɡə]: The art of building sanctuary and community, inviting closeness, and paying attention to what makes us feel open-hearted and alive.
You might assume that the perks of going to Jewish summer camp your whole life start to dwindle in your 30’s. Well, not if you’re Adam. It turns out Camp Tawonga’s old infirmary nurse, Cricket, now lives on a beautiful farm in Mt. Vernon along with three sheep, two… Read More
Another glorious weekend along the Puget Sound. Since summer won’t quit, why not spend it basking in the sun at the Doe Bay Resort and Retreat…again? Country roads. Beach-side yurts. Marion-berry muffins. You get my point.