Palouse Falls

1 hour North of Walla Walla lies Palouse Falls, a unique 198 ft waterfall.  Where most waterfalls flow down mountains, Palouse comes from the deep valleys carved into Eastern Washington during the Mi... Read More

Walla Walla

Following the adventures of the Yakima Valley, we headed over to Walla Walla for the weekend to meet with friends and drink wine, which is more or less why Walla Walla exists.  Washington is steadily... Read More

Yakima

I know it for hops, but a a sign on the way into town informed us that Yakima is the Palm Springs of Washington.  After a week here, I’m not sure that’s how most people describe the city.... Read More

Bukchon Hanok Village

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Situated between Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung, the Bukchon Hanok village (meaning North Village) represents 600 continuous years of history and a chance to see the style of house used by nobility d... Read More

It begins!

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Today we left Seattle on the first leg of our journey.  With all of the mania before leaving – along with the excitement, doubt, fear, and exhilaration – driving away from Seattle strang... Read More