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Three Washington State Spots to Soothe Your Hobbit Soul

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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).
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Feeling Drawn to the Water? A PNW Wetsuit Guide

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The Pacific Northwest is a great place for water sports, but it can be cold. Here are some great tips for choosing a wetsuit for the Pacific Northwest from evo -- a Seattle based outdoor gear retailer.
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In the Trees: Your PNW Treehouse Bucket List

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We visited the Nelson Treehouse Company’s B&B Treehouse point, along with a couple of other in-the-tree locations (the Forest House, Free Spirit Spheres, and -- at least in spirit -- the treehouse at Doe Bay) in the Pacific Northwest. Here’s a lowdown on getting high (up in the trees at least) along with a listing of other treehouses in the PNW you can rent.
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A Visit to Underground Hygge: The Hobbit House by the Columbia River Gorge

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In Orondo, Washington, near the Columbia River Gorge, there exists a charming hobbit house built into the hillside. We finally got to stay there for a few nights! Here's a review with a brief video, and some things to know before you go there.
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Blake Island Kayaking and Camping

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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.
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Blogger Recognition Award

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We were nominated for the "Blogger Recognition Award" so here's a post to thank the bloggers that nominated us and carry it forward!
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Traveling the World…Virtually

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When you're stuck at home one way to possibly assuage your travel lust is to go on some virtual tours.Plenty are available on your laptop or desktop and, if you're lucky enough to be staying home with a VR headset, you can heighten the escapism with plenty of 360 degree videos and adventures.Here are some of my favorites.
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Visiting the Sequim Lavender Festival: A (Tiny) bit of Provence in Washington State

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Sometimes referred to as "America's Provence," Sequim sits in the Olympic rain shadow, so it sees more days of sun that some other parts of western Washington State -- and grows a LOT of lavender!Here's more about Sequim's Lavender Festival that takes place each July, tips for visiting, information about a few of the farms, and a link to an interative map of area lavender farms you might want to visit.
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Halls Hill Lookout: Bainbridge Island’s Mosaic Labyrinth

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This beautiful mosaic labyrinth sits on a wooded park overlooking the water on Bainbridge Island, WA.
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Tips on Securing a Fishing Guide in the PNW

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Here for four tips for securing a fishing guide in the PNW.