Baked up some Raspberry Almond Shortbread that we delivered to our local visitors center, Discover Burien and also drop off a plate of cookies for the team at Blissful Knead where our guests go for a refreshing massage. The guests enjoyed … Continue reading
With the Northwest Flower & Garden Show just around the corner you know spring it’s far behind. The largest garden show in the Pacific Northwest will be held Feb. 17-21 at the Washington State Convention Center with gorgeous display gardens, … Continue reading
A great day trip from The Guest House Bed and Breakfast you can view bald eagles along the upper Skagit River Valley, home to one of the largest concentrations of these wintering raptors. The Skagit Eagle Festival is held weekends … Continue reading
Sik Snoqualmie Summit located just one hour from The Guest House Bed and Breakfast during the day and dine in downtown Seattle that evening. The best of both worlds.
Had a wonderful couple from San Jose California check in and they brought an unexpected guest with them. Meet Pterry the Pterodactyl who landed in the Christmas Tree shortly after their arrival. Apparently Pterry has traveled all over the world … Continue reading
The tree is up and the mantle is decorated. It truly is beginning to look like Christmas here at The Guest House Bed & Breakfast…
Fall has definitely arrived and the trees in the neighborhood are looking there best. It’s a great time to take a walk to the local coffee house and kickup a few leaves along the way.
Fall has arrived with clear sunny days and crisp cool nights. A great time to see the colors of fall and take in the wonderful blown glass displays at Chihuly Garden & Glass.
Well Seattle is know for it’s rain but the weather outdid itself last evening giving us a beautiful clear crisp night to view a full eclipse of the moon. What a show for all to enjoy! Next time it will … Continue reading
Well it’s hard to believe that September is already here and we are still having lovely weather. Sunny days and cool nights make it a good time to still visit the Pacific Northwest with less crowds. It won’t be long … Continue reading