Employment as a freelance travel writer/photographer provides many opportunities for traveling.
Seeing these historical landmarks made me proud to be an American. One is reminded of the cost of our freedom, and how very precious it is.
Planning a summer road trip through central Oregon, I determined to take as many designated Scenic Byways as I could.
The remote Palouse region is well known by Northwest landscape photographers. I spent several enjoyable hours photographing its undulating hills.
One of our fun outings was visiting River City Brewing. They put us to work in the brewery, making our own small batch of beer.
Besides the knowledge imparted by the presenters, the best part was being around so many other writers. It was very energizing and encouraging.
What astounds me the most about Crater Lake is the ever-changing hues of the water – the bluest blues I have ever seen.
The Northwest is known for its love-affair with craft beer and bicycles. The “Hoppy Hour” tour features brew tasting by bicycle in Victoria BC.
A visit to Spokane changed my perception completely. It has all the ingredients for an enjoyable vacation, no matter your age or interests.
I’m heading to Spokane to discover the delights of its “foodie” scene. For two days I literally will be “wined and dined” by Visit Spokane.