We are thrilled to announce The Innkeeper is now open!
I think this quote from Don Quixote sums up perfectly what The Innkeeper is: a cozy local place to relax and find respite.
The menu was designed to offer comfort. Some items are modeled after our time in the Caribbean, like spicy goat [...]
When I saw the blue five-gallon water jugs that Walk 1st International provides for their Walk for Water campaign, I was taken instantly back to the time my husband and I regularly transported water by very similar, blue, forty pound water jugs.
We were living at and operating a little off-the-grid beachfront resort [...]
Did you know the United States has the ability to locate, discriminate, track, and assess something as small as a baseball (or tiny missile) from 3,000 miles away?
This technology exists in the movies, but I didn’t know if it really did and what it would look like. Now I do. A big white ball.
Last week, the U.S. [...]
With aviation on my mind lately, I was thrilled to find out last week was Women of Aviation Worldwide Week. Even though it’s been 101 years since the first woman, Raymonde de Laroche, earned a pilot’s license, women make up only 6% of pilots today. Only six percent, can you believe that? So, as a way to introduce women and girls to aviation, free flights [...]
The brand new restaurant, Book Bindery, may be hard to find in its nondescript warehouse space, but once found and entered, we realized why they had chosen the space. Huge windows allow gazing of the moonlit waterfront between Lower Queen Anne and Fremont. After a fabulous dinner, our server offered my husband and me a late [...]
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