July 4th is approaching fast and we can't help but think of all the fun things to do on the Olympic Peninsula. Summer is always an enjoyable season here, but even more so due to patriotic events. Many are happening so plan to spend Independence Day in this beautiful part of the country. The following [...]
With nearly one million acres, the Olympic National Park covers several distinctly diverse ecosystems. Take a romantic getaway and enjoy day trips to the wilderness of mountain streams that flow from the peaks, to the waves of the Pacific Ocean shore, to a magnificent temperate forest. The old-growth forest is rich with life and encompasses trails [...]
It is with a debt of gratitude that we say "thank you" to our local community for giving us this humbling honor. It challenges us to keep on keeping on.
Throughout history labyrinths have decorated gardens.
Enjoy these bird's eye views of the 2014 Washington Lavender Festival.
The inaugural Hymn Sing by the Sea was held at George Washington Inn and Estate.
Enjoy a patriotic sunrise on Independence Day 2014!
Did you know that coffee was called a "cup of George" long before it was called a "cup of Joe"? During WWI all the coffee output in the United States was requisitioned by the US Army. As a dominant producer at that time, the G. Washington Coffee Refining Company proudly advertised its contribution to the war effort, "G. Washington's Refined Coffee has gone to WAR." The following were some of the comments that were received from American soldiers who were fighting in the European trenches and enjoying, as they called it, their "cup of George", named for the company's owner, George Constant Louis Washington of Brooklyn, NY.