Alexander's Castle at Fort Worden.

Escape to a Castle by the Sea – Alexander’s Castle at Fort Worden in Port Townsend

This article originally appeared on thecrossingguide.com. Alexander’s Castle three-story, rampart-edged brick tower strikes an impressive pose against a sapphire sky. Built in 1882, it is the oldest structure at Fort Worden in Port Townsend, WA, and from the view in its lofty tower, Admiralty Inlet gleams in the sunshine. This unique abode—a Victorian American-made castle—is my…

Crab Encrusted Halibut from the Waterfront Depot.

Busy with Small Town Traveling

I know, I haven’t posted since mid-May. I’ve been busy visiting small towns in Oregon, North Carolina, Indiana, and now I’m off to Northern Greece. I was hoping to get my post about La Conner, WA out before I left, but it is not going to happen. So, until then,  I thought I’d showcase a…

Sunrise at Seafarers Park

What Does the Anacortes Sunrise Look Like?

In honor of my one-year anniversary, I am spending the next two weeks highlighting all of the wonderful things about the small seaside town of Anacortes, WA. First up, what does the Anacortes sunrise look like? I’ve enlisted local photographer, Rakan AlDuaij, to share some of his amazing sunrise captures. What Does the Anacortes Sunrise Look Like?…