Adventures

Trail grows another 812 feet

Oct 23rd, 2019 | By

An addition to the Cushman Trail in the Gig Harbor area is ready for walking and other uses. Work on the new segment of the six-mile trail along 14th Avenue Northwest was completed over the summer. The 812-foot-long addition is from the Cushman trailhead on 14th to 300 feet north of 29th Street Northwest, is
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Set sail on a moving theme park

Sep 25th, 2019 | By
Set sail on a moving theme park

Were you in Seattle this summer?  Did you see that gigantic cruise ship sitting so elegantly at the dock at Bell Harbor? The Norwegian Bliss is 20 decks tall, 1,094 feet in length, weighs in at 168,028 gross tons has 2,200 staterooms to carry 4,000 passengers plus additional cabins for the crew of 1,700. She
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Entering a wildlife world

Sep 5th, 2019 | By
Entering a wildlife world

Boardwalks and other walkways take visitors into a world of conifer forests, wetlands, prairies and animals ranging from owls to deer, coyotes and bobcats at Morse Wildlife Preserve in Graham. The 238-acre preserve in south Pierce County is named for a family that donated land for education purposes and wildlife habitat. Admission is free on
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Trail will connect five King County cities

Aug 21st, 2019 | By
Trail will connect five King County cities

Work is underway on King County’s Lake to Sound Trail, an emerging 16-mile paved path that will extend from Lake Washington to Puget Sound and connect with four other regional trails. Once completed, the multi-use trail will connect five cities – Renton, Tukwila, Burien, SeaTac, and Des Moines – and Sound Transit’s Tukwila International Boulevard
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