Category: Food and Drink

Portland: Deschutes Brewery

When traveling I love to drink local. This time I will admit that we were engrossed in catching up with family and I didn’t take my usual notes. Despite that the food and the beer were both fantastic and we all cleaned our plates. Deschutes Brewery does get busy. We arrived just before the lunch

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Ashford and Elbe Restaurants

I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of restaurants that were available in the area outside of Mount Rainier National Park. These are the ones we visited in the order we visited them. When you visit be aware that the prices do reflect the cost of getting ingredients to the semi-remote area. Ashford – Copper

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Seattle: Off the Rez Cafe

After having booked this Mount Rainier trip I got an email from one of the various travel sites I’m on an email lists for regarding Native American restaurants. Going through the list I saw that most were in places that I wouldn’t be able to visit (I deleted the email and can’t remember the site

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Wildflyer Mead Co.

Mead is delicious and one of my favorite things to do while traveling is visit local mead, beer, or wine makers. Wildflyer is a new mead company outside of Navasota, TX and it is wonderful. We stopped in at the gift shop first and bought some wonderful honey and seeds to start a pollinator garden

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DFW Restaurant Review: Windmills

I don’t typically review local restaurants but I feel like this one deserves it and with less travel its good to explore our own backyards. I have visited twice within the last month and the food has been incredible both times. If you are visiting North Texas I highly recommend checking out Windmills. Its an

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Cowtown Brewing Co.

With the way that Ketlin and I take into Fort Worth we pass Cowtown Brewing Co. quite frequently. A couple of weeks ago we knew that bad weather was on the way so we decide to enjoy a beer on the patio before being stuck indoors for a week. See our Texas Snow Storm. The

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Olympic Peninsula: Washington Brewed

Back in 2017 while traveling in Alaska I found a beer that was so good it has haunted my memory of good beer since then. I found it when I first started drinking craft beer and I’ve been looking for it since then but unfortunately the beer is not sold in Texas. It is called

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Olympic Peninsula: Port Angeles

After Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, a brief visit to Olympia and a long drive up winding roads we finally made it to Port Angeles. We had done some research and knew where we wanted to eat but during a pandemic with restaurant limiting seating it is difficult to get a table. Word of

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Olympic Peninsula: Pike Place Market, Seattle

We landed in Seattle around breakfast time, Keltin and I were both starving. We decided to head straight from the airport to Pike Place Market. I love farmer’s markets and this one is by far my favorite so far. There were so many beautiful flowers and I was so distracted by them that I didn’t

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Central Kansas: Exploring Marquette

The volunteer who told us all the wonderful stories at the Kansas Motorcycle Museum suggested that we check out some other places in town after leaving the museum. One place he suggested was the Smoky Valley Distillery, it was past five though and we were unable to visit but it is on the list for

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