Salt & Cedar Adventure Blog

Camping Orcas Island, Washington

Summer is just getting into full swing and we are already planning our fall get away trips.  The crowds will have taken the mosquitos with them and gone home. It will be time for us to enjoy some of those beautiful and less crowded campgrounds in the San Juan Islands....

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Camping San Juan Island, Washington

Camping on San Juan Island- Travel to the San Juan Islands used to be an all day affair.  The new Washington State Ferry Reservation System  makes access to the San Juan Islands both easy and economical. It takes the stress out of ferry travel and allows advance...

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Gentle Gray Giants of the Puget Sound

Whale Watching From Edmonds, Everett and Bellingham Gray Whale Breaching       Photo Courtesy of Merrill Gosho, NOAA Who says you must travel to the San Juan Islands to meet and greet our gray-whale travelers on their seasonal spring glide through the waters of Puget...

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Salt & Cedar Launches New Lifestyle Products

With Products inspired by the Pacific Northwest, Salt & Cedar combines community support with quality apparel and accessories. Bellingham, WA February 28, 2018:  Salt & Cedar, based in Bellingham, Washington, announced their new line of apparel and accessories along...

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Camping the West Coast Part 2

Tofino Camping in Tofino If you are interested in forest camping with access to a beach that you can walk six miles in either direction then Parks Canada Green Point is your campground.  Each site has electricity and there are four large new tiled bathroom toilet...

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Camping the West Coast of Vancouver Island Part 1

If you love to camp and have not been to the West Coast of Vancouver Island this trip needs to be your next outdoor adventure. Vancouver Island is easily accessible from Bellingham. Make early ferry reservations and take the BC ferry from Tsawwassen to Duke...

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Posh Teepees and Horse-Whispering Cowgirls

Everyone knows Seattle as a high-tech hub of earth-loving entrepreneurs - but what lies across the snowcapped Cascade Mountain range just a couple of hours away? You probably wouldn't guess "posh teepees and horse-whispering cowgirls." But that's exactly what you'll...

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Harbingers of Our Own Dreams

I guess you could say it all started with a deadly plane crash. In August 2004, a Cessna 182 carrying Sara Gagnon and Tammi Hinkle, both in their 30s, clipped a ridge and went down in the darkness near Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. Sustaining serious...

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Exploring the Cascade Loop

The Cascade Loop in Washington’s northwest corner weaves together a breathtaking quilt of Pacific Northwest scenery: Salish Sea cobble beaches and saltmarshes to glacier-mantled massifs, supersize temperate rainforest to pine parkland and bunchgrass, bustling cities...

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