Traveling Washington 101 North (Temperate Rainforests, Ruby Beach and Cape Flattery)

Though I’ve lived at the bottom of the Washington coast all my life, last weekend was the first time I drove all the way up 101 North. We’ve just about traveled all of the 101 highway now, and Washington’s coast is not much short of Oregon’s. We took advantage of good winter weather and traveled from South Bend, WA, up 101 all the way to the most northwestern tip of the United States, Cape Flattery. Of course we stopped at some destinations along the way, and all of them were amazing, where the temperate rainforests of Washington meet with the…

I’ve Never Felt As Blessed As I Have With Less

At first, minimizing my things was simply to make sure I had just enough to fit into our 37 ft. r. v, yet it soon started to become much more than that. Now living in a space much smaller than any other permanent living situation I have ever been in, I don’t remember exactly what it was that I sold in the first place. I know my every belonging and I cherish them more than I’ve ever appreciated abundance. Every item that I have has an importance to me, and if it doesn’t, than I have no further use for it rather than to give…

Leaving My Camera Behind

The last few days have been spent right along US 101 S. We’ve made it as far as Newport, OR and the scenery has been absolutely incredible. We have taken our sweet time travelling along the Oregon coast, it’s difficult to keep your eyes on the road with all the beauty just to your right. So far, we have stopped at nearly every cape, cove and beach from Cannon Beach to Newport, starting from Haystack Rock, Tolovana Beach, Arcadia Beach, Hug Point, Cape Kiwanda, and Yaquina Head. One of the most beautiful pit stops have been Hug Point, where my…