WALK THIS WAY
Free City Walks around Seattle

Come walk with us. We are leading free fun and interesting urban nature walks in the greater Seattle area.

Our next walk is on July 9, 2017. We are busy designing it right now and will announce all of the fun details here soon! 

Or, to get our walk announcements delivered right to your in-box, subscribe in the box on the left side of this page. Share with your friends. They are free and fun!

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Eleven signs of spring in the Pacific Northwest

Spring Azure Butterfly.© 2017 Curt Given/Given Photography  

  1. Earlier dawns
  2. Budding trees, despite the iffy weather
  3. Flocks of birds flying overhead
  4. Croaking frogs
  5. Appearance of butterflies and other insects
  6. Sun tracking higher in the sky
  7. Blooming wild daffodils
  8. Birds singing and displaying mating behavior
  9. Warmer sunshine
  10. Hummingbirds are back
  11. Baby plants poking their heads out of the ground

A Sweet Little Guide to Nature Me For You

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A Simple Way to FEEL MORE JOY in your life

© Cary Given/Given Photography 2016

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Journal Archive
Thursday
Jun012017

Looking for a scenic day hike or campground in the Pacific Northwest?

Are you looking for a beautiful place to explore this summer? Deception Pass State Park is a gorgeous setting with activities for every kind of outdoor enthusiast. And it's only a couple of hours north of Seattle.

It has a beautiful bay for kayaking, bluff trails, campgrounds, picnic shelters, sandy beaches, tide pools and a big fishing dock. In my view, its beauty is akin to many national parks. 

For all the details, read my article, Deception Pass: Explore, hike, camp & picnic

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