Tag Archive | travel

Small Washington towns find niche with tourists

Here is my latest for City Living. This was for the Northwest Destinations issue. Tourism revitalizes towns that might otherwise struggle As a gateway to Olympic National Park, the town of Forks, Wash., has usually had visitors ready for an outdoor adventure. But since 2005, the small timber town of about 3,175 has had people […]

Seattle girl in Dodgertown

As I mentioned last week, I was in L.A. for the 2010 AAJA national convention. Big baseball fan that I am, one of the highlights of my trip was organizing an outing with fellow AAJAers to a Dodgers game while down there. The game was Aug. 6 against the Washington Nationals. I’ve never been to a […]

Come away with me…

Tomorrow I’m traveling down to Los Angeles, Calif. for the 2010 AAJA Convention. I can’t wait! This trip cannot come at a better time. In addition to seeing and spending time with friends I haven’t seen in awhile and hitting up the Career Fair and Expo, I just really need to get away for a […]

Ron and Lina’s wedding highlights

I just recently returned from Mexico for my sister’s best friend’s wedding. It was on the island of Cozumel. The ceremony was on the pier at a private beach club. It was beautiful. Here are some highlights:

Mexico, here I come!

Well, tomorrow I’ll be traveling to Cozumel, Mexico for my sister’s best friend’s wedding. This was the wedding that was supposed to happen back in May, but because of the swine flu, it was postponed. I’m leaving at 4:30 in the morning so I’m going to try to turn in early. I don’t think I’ll […]

Home…here I come!

Thanks to the awesomeness that is free Wi-Fi, I am currently writing this post from Boise Airport. As it says in the title, I’m coming home! Unfortunately, it’s only for a short visit. My cousin is getting married and I’m only in Seattle through Monday. But really, a trip home is a trip home and […]

My usual pre-Seattle post

Well, I’m going back home tomorrow and I cannot wait! I’ve been in a weird rut here in Idaho Falls and I think this trip will do me good. I’ll be home for a week and so I’ll try to update as much as possible. So, stay tuned!