Everybody loves Raymond (Washington, that is)

By Washington, Our Home|April 24, 2015|History, Pacific Ocean, Western Washington|0 comments

And why wouldn’t they? It’s a wonderful place to visit on the way from Aberdeen to Long Beach, especially if you’re looking for historical tourism opportunities. The City of Raymond is a community sometimes overlooked in the story of Washington. Like so many other towns scattered across the state, Raymond saw its beginnings as a central point of the lumber industry in the mid- to late-1800s. Raymond’s name comes from

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The A, B and G lines north of Brady, WA

By Washington, Our Home|September 9, 2011|Western Washington|1 comments

I recently had the fortune to be taken on a personal tour of the Weyerhauser logging areas north of Brady, WA. I’ve been more and more interested in hunting as of late, and a coworker of mine – an avid hunter since he was a teenager – was kind enough to take me on a scouting trip to the area where he hunts every year. Being completely unfamiliar with anything

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Ocean Shores, and the short drive to Quinault

By Washington, Our Home|October 17, 2010|Ocean, Western Washington|1 comments

Last weekend was my parents 40th anniversary, so Kelly, Parker and I spent the weekend at their house in Ocean Shores. I realized that I’ve never written about Ocean Shores in this blog, and it was about time I did. I guess we travel there so much, it’s lost some of its initial charm. Ocean Shores is a little less than two hours west of Olympia. To get there, you

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