Bainbridge’s IslandWood hosting Open Trails Sunday 12-4 The forecast says it will be 88 degrees on Sunday. Beat the heat under the glorious canopy of trees out at the IslandWood campus. The trails are open for roaming, the suspension bridge is yours to run across (okay maybe walk) and of […]
Many people make their way over to Bainbridge Island in the summer. Many walk on the ferry, but many drive too. If you drive, I recommend you explore far beyond downtown Winslow and check out our amazingly scenic parks. They are great if you have kids, or not. All will […]
A Tour of the New Little and Lewis Garden Yesterday my family and I had the pleasure of visiting the private garden of Little and Lewis here on Bainbridge Island. My parents were visiting from California, and the garden tour made for a nice local outing. Islanders George Little and David Lewis […]
Spend Sunday, May 1st with Bainbridge Island Land Trust Mark Next Sunday, 12-4 down on your calendar. Atop a glorious upland meadow on one of the highest points on Bainbridge Island, you can celebrate the likes of spring on May Day with the Bainbridge Island Land Trust Group. Usher […]
Spend the Afternoon at IslandWood Next Sunday Yes, back in November, our family had a nice afternoon at IslandWood on their first Afternoon on the Trails Day. We were free to roam, explore and volunteers were out and about to answer questions and chat about the property. It was a […]
A Chilly Hilly map on Map My Ride Last year a record 6,000+ cyclists showed up for the ride. This week we have had record low temperatures in the Seattle area. You tell me, is that good or bad the Chilly Hilly? Well, since I ran three lil’ ole […]
The annual Bainbridge Island Polar Bear Plunge The Polar Bear Plunge happens every January 1st at noon. The sun lured over 100 participants from all over Kitsap County out into the 38 degree weather this morning to celebrate the new year with a plunge (of sorts) into the icy cold […]
Yesterday IslandWood opened their trails to the public. Between the suspension bridge and canopy tower, it was like taking an exotic rainforest eco-tour, just five minutes from our house, very cool. Thanks IslandWood!