April in Iceland: Packing List and Camper Van

by valerie

While each season in Iceland will require it’s own unique accessories, much of this spring packing list can be replicated year-round ~ especially since Icelandic weather can be unpredictable and variable all year. If you’re traveling by camper van (like us), you’ll want to go the extra mile to make sure Continue reading “April in Iceland: Packing List and Camper Van”

Kirkjufell & Kirkjufellsfoss in Grundarfjörður, Snæfellsnes peninsula

April in Iceland: Part One, Velkomin!

by valerie

To share or not to share. I’m of two minds on this. The selfish part of me wants to keep this a secret for ever and ever. But who am I kidding? I don’t OWN Iceland. So before I change my mind, here goes….Iceland in April is A-MAZ-ING. Seriously. So the next time your friends want to go to a warm sandy beach for Spring Break, you can say, “See ya, fellas. I’m off to pay my respects to the Norse Gods.” Continue reading “April in Iceland: Part One, Velkomin!”

Native American Form Line Drawing Orca Whale

Neah Bay ~ Makah Tribal Lands

by valerie

Here in the Pacific Northwest, we are surrounded by nature so abundantly rich. We frolick on sandy beaches, scale majestic slopes, meander through ferns, and enjoy harvest from the fertile soil. Our Native American brothers and sisters are the perfect guides to help us deepen our appreciation for and connection to this land. Continue reading “Neah Bay ~ Makah Tribal Lands”