Seventy years worth of pinball machines, from fairly simple to beyond belief, and all free to play once you've bought your ticket at the Pinball Museum
Two bronze pigs grace opposite ends of Seattle's famous Public Market. They have a story to tell!
An ancient Douglas fir in Mount Rainier National Park counts the years from the 13th century in its rings
A short and easy trail in Mount Rainier National Park offers insights into a living environment as well as a small slice of human history.
Narada Falls, In Mount Rainier National Park, creates its own rainbow.
At the Tacoma Museum of Glass, the active 'hot shop' is literally at the center, and has made many of the glass artworks shown in the museum.
A dam and locks connecting Seattle waterways has a side attraction: a ladder for fish swimming upstream.
Seattle's museum devoted to glass master Dale Chihuly offers an opportunity to see his changing styles, and to realize that you never see any piece the same way twice.
The Center for Wooden Boats rebuilds wooden boats, rents wooden boats, teaches kids about wooden boats and wants you to love wooden boats, too!
Tacoma's Union Station, a civic joy that was threatened with destruction when rail traffic died lives on as a Federal courthouse, with an impressive display of Chihuly glass as well.
PHeymont visits a gorgeous garden where little is explained, but enjoyment and meaning are plentiful.
Seattle's second airport is now down to one carrier—Alaska Airlines—but it's keeping its hopes up.
DrFumblefinger shares a few photos taken during his exploration of the Palouse in eastern Washington state.
DrFumblefinger visits Steptoe Butte State Park in eastern Washington state. It provides some of the finest views of the Palouse available anywhere.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of the Holiday displays seen at Spokane's Historic Davenport Hotel.