Scenic fall drives in Washington State

Three Favorite Scenic Fall Drives in Washington State

It’s fall in the Northern Hemisphere, and that means it’s time for scenic fall drives. In Washington State, I have three favorite fall drives that are perfect for a fall road trip or a getaway. And, if you need more inspiration check out my Six Reasons to Visit Washington State in the Fall. 3 Favorite…

Campsite at Washington Park in Anacortes.

Under the Starry Sky: Camping at Washington Park in Anacortes

This article originally appeared on thecrossingguide.com. Want to know a secret? Washington Park on Fidalgo Island is one of my favorite camping locales. Why? It has spectacular views of the San Juan Islands, wooded campsites, a sandy beach, a boat launch, a playground and tons of hiking trails. And, thanks to our mild winter climate, it’s…

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…