After a long winter and snowy winter, I am more than ready to welcome a season known for new beginnings, blooming flowers, longer days, and warmer weather. And as we greet the new season, there new and exciting adventures to experience in Port Townsend and beyond. Check out just a few of my favorite Olympic Peninsula spring activities.Read More
Port Townsend, and the surrounding area, has a vibrant and eclectic food scene. Due close proximity to farmers, foragers, and artisans - our restaurants, cafes, and bars are comprised of mostly local, in-season foods and ingredients as well as craft cocktails and local beers, wines, and ciders.
We wanted to share with you some of the new (and newer!) kids on the block who are creating unique and delicious delicacies for you!Read More
“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall,” wrote F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Great Gatsby. And I can’t say I disagree. I love when the when the air starts to get crisp, my wood burning stove becomes handy once again, and the unparalleled beauty of watching the leaves change colors. The Olympic Peninsula is one of the best places to leaf peep whether it is by foot, by bike, or by car.Read More
Seed Design is the vision of Olympic Peninsula local, Rebekah Fessenden, owner & event stylist.
Rebekah was kind enough to do a Q&A for the With These Rings blog! Learn more about Rebekah, her passion for design, and her best tips to avoid DIY wedding decor fails!Read More
One of my favorite things about living on the Olympic Peninsula is the access to high-quality, local foods from region’s farmers, foragers, fishermen, artisans, and chefs. There is no bad time to enjoy PNW delicacies but late summer is an especially great time to enjoy just a few of the native treats of the Pacific Northwest. Here are just a few of our favorite local foods and our favorite places to enjoy them.Read More