The Mission: February 17th, 2010 through February 16th, 2011 write one blog post each and every day highlighting something to do in Vancouver, WA (& surrounding cities). Status: Task completed on schedule. Every single day one blog post was written. Almost every post included a
Day 365 of 365!!! Can you believe it? Today is Day 365! Yes, this is the 365th day in a row I’ve written a blog post about my hometown, Vancouver, WA. I’ve shared parks, trails, events, activities, restaurants, coffee houses, venues, wineries and countless other
Thank you for 365! I asked Dale if I could do a post for him on Day 365. Understandably, he wanted to do Day 365 himself, but I was able to wrestle him for day 364. So here goes: Today, I want to write a
Day 364 of 365!!! Seriously! Wow! I can’t believe I just typed “Day 364 of 365”. That blows my mind. It’s hard to believe I’ve blogged every single day in a row for 364 days. What a crazy wonderful year it’s been. Let’s get to
Day 363 of 365… I’ve been hearing about how great Lapellah Restaurant is for quite some time. I decided it was finally time to “check it out” myself. I’m glad I did. They have a very hip decor to the place. I loved seeing the
Day 362 of 365… Looking for a wonderful meal with a great lodge like atmosphere? Look no further than Hudson’s Bar & Grill inside The Heathman Lodge. This place has the coolest vibe about it. Complete relaxing, rustic flair with some wonderful gourmet food. From
Day 361 of 365… We are so fortunate to have the Columbia River running along our entire southern border. It provides a beautiful scenery, great playground and wonderful opportunity to grab some fabulous fresh seafood. Thankfully we have some terrific locations to enjoy the beauty
Day 360 of 365… Valentines Day will be here in a few days, so I thought why not share about a local florist with some real history. Since 1940 Garside Florist has been bringing beauty to Vancouver and Clark County. This family owned and operated
Day 359 of 365… Did you know that Hazel Dell Community Park was the first community park built in Clark County? Yes, it’s true according to Vancouver-Clark Parks & Recreation website. This 20 acre park is very cool. It offers a little something for everyone.
Day 358 of 365… Pizza and teriyaki! These are two of the main food groups in my world. I love them both and am always looking to discover new places to enjoy both. Today I found a new teriyaki place that is worth stopping for.