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April 2017 desktop calendar


Featured Image: The time we had Reef Bay beach all to ourselves on June 12, 2016, on Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Read more

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February 2017 desktop calendar


Featured Image: In the reeds and cattails on April 1, 2016, at Crystal River, Florida. Read more

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December 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: Magic hour from April 1, 2016, at Crystal River, Florida. Read more

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October 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: One of several casual, unforgettable encounters with a Saint John Sea Turtle. Read more

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August 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: 2016 photo from the ferry ride leaving Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Read more

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June 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: 2016 photo from our trip to Kalaloch Beach in Washington. Read more

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Rare Air Episode 14: Tongue Point, Washington, Part Two

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Looking back, it seems like fate drew us to Washington State and Olympic National Park in 2014. It all started when we were in Isle of Palms, which is near Charleston, South Carolina, the week after Christmas in 2012. That was the year of our family’s first National Parks tour; all of that had happened earlier that summer. With the kids, we’d decided that we would schedule our next National Parks tour for 2014, and one place we were intending to go was Glacier National Park. While loitering in Barnes and Noble that December, I purchased a new book: “Your Guide to the National Parks” from Michael Joseph Oswald and Stone Road Press (2012).

I found Glacier very quickly in the book, and worked outward from there, imagining how we might spend up to a few weeks visiting that international treasure and others in its area. Soon enough, Read more

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April 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: 2014 photo from our trip to Salt Creek Recreation Area in Washington. Read more

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Rare Air Episode 13: Tongue Point, Washington

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In this minute of Rare Air, you can join me at the Tongue Point Marine Life Sanctuary in Crescent Bay… part of the Salt Creek Recreation Area where I camped for a few nights with my family back in 2014, while touring Olympic National Park. The spot appears on the map below, snared from the awesome website for The Strait of Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway: http://highway112.org.


Throughout time, the areas all along the Highway 112 corridor have been home to people of the Klallam and Makah tribes: Exploring their cultures and histories are wonderful aspects of visiting. Read more

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February 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: 2014 photo from our trip to Salt Creek Recreation Area in Washington. Read more

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