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Three Washington State Spots to Soothe Your Hobbit Soul

Pining for the Shire? Here are a few places to visit to quell your hobbity cravings in Washington State without visiting Middle Earth (or at least New Zealand).

Three Western Washington Ghost Tours To Haunt You

Are you a believer? It's OK if you're not. Ghost tours are fun, especially in October when the days are growing shorter and the leaves are falling. And good ones are also a bit of an (entertaining) history lesson. Here are three Haunted Tours in and (relatively) near Seattle to take this Autumn: Seattle, Port Gamble, and Port Townsend

Famous Seattle Graves (and Where to Find Them)

If celebrity burials are your thing, the number of Seattle's famous dead denizens does come close to rivaling many larger, and older, cities. But we do have a few here, and they're worth visiting if you like cemeteries. Here's more about where to find the graves of Bruce and Brandon Lee, Jimi Hendrix, and Chief Sealth (Seattle), along with a listing of a few others with a more local claim to fame.

Halls Hill Lookout: Bainbridge Island’s Mosaic Labyrinth

This beautiful mosaic labyrinth sits on a wooded park overlooking the water on Bainbridge Island, WA.

Blake Island Kayaking and Camping

You can only get to Blake Island in Washington State by boat (or seaplane, it turns out). It's a fun kayaking adventure from Seattle or Kitsap County. Here's more about kayaking and camping on Blake Island.

All in Kitsap Peninsula

Foulweather Bluff

Foulweather Bluff is a protected nature refuge in Hansville, WA. It offers a short family-friendly hike to the beach and great birdwatching!

Seattle and Puget Sound Area Online and Virtual Events

This is a list of upcoming virtual events from our events calendar which gets automatically updated as we add new events.

Three Western Washington Ghost Tours To Haunt You

Are you a believer? It's OK if you're not. Ghost tours are fun, especially in October when the days are growing shorter and the leaves are falling. And good ones are also a bit of an (entertaining) history lesson. Here are three Haunted Tours in and (relatively) near Seattle to take this Autumn: Seattle, Port Gamble, and Port Townsend

Famous Seattle Graves (and Where to Find Them)

If celebrity burials are your thing, the number of Seattle's famous dead denizens does come close to rivaling many larger, and older, cities. But we do have a few here, and they're worth visiting if you like cemeteries. Here's more about where to find the graves of Bruce and Brandon Lee, Jimi Hendrix, and Chief Sealth (Seattle), along with a listing of a few others with a more local claim to fame.

Where to View Salmon Spawning in Kitsap County This Autumn

Every year the salmon return from the ocean to their home streams to spawn. WSU offers a day of salmon viewing and education in the fall. Here's where and when to view spawning salmon in Kitsap County this Autumn.

Sound Fall Fun: Things to Do This Autumn in Seattle and the Puget Sound Area (2020 COVID-19 Edition!)

Autumn is here! Unfortunately, COVID-19 is also still here, which means a drastic change in our usual Autumn events and activities. Here are some ideas for things to do around here in Autumn 2020, as well as some events that have been canceled. Please feel free to share any events or activities that you've found worthwhile around here this Autumn.
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