Whidbey Island, Washington prides itself as “a community that loves the arts.” Spectacular panoramic vistas of land and sea, natural habitats and abundant wildlife invite artists to stay for a day or a lifetime. Art galleries, studio tours, hands-on classes, and special events abound, inspiring creative expression as a way of life. Just follow the Whidbey Art Trail, […]
My ongoing quest to crack the code of perfectly handcrafted pie crust has led me to Whidbey Pies Cafe at Greenbank Farm on Whidbey Island more than once. Each time I’ve stopped by for a slice of their delectable berry pie, I’ve asked if proprietor, Jan Gunn, would consider sharing her recipe for publication. Each time my request […]
For this week’s Photo Friday, here’s a sunset scene from Whidbey Island, WA to carry you into the weekend. Ahh . . . You can find more fun photos at Delicious Baby. Wander on! Nancy What’s your favorite sunset memory, Wanderboomers?
Today at my daughter’s school, the math department served each student a slice of pie in math class in honor of “Pi” day, serving about 110 pies in total. That’s a lot of pie! “Pi” Day celebrates the mathematical Greek symbol ( “π”) that represents the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. […]
What is summer for if not a little R & R? For me that includes a beach vacation whenever possible. Kids and the young-at-heart love playing in the surf, flying kites and building sandcastles. Wanderboomers enjoy an excuse to slow down, stroll the sandy shores and listen to the lapping of the waves when we’re […]
If you have never lived in the Pacific Northwest, you might wonder how Seattleites cope with so much regional rain. We who do live here ask ourselves the same thing, of course, especially by the time January and February roll around. But true Seattleites find a variety of ways to ward off the seasonal blues. […]