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Flight Club

Galvin Flying pilot school is one of the best in the country and offers students a new—and harrowing and thrilling—perspective of Seattle.

05/22/2009 By Jim Gullo

Destinations

My Island

Resident experts on nearby isles—San Juan, Whidbey, Vancouver, Anderson, and Galiano—dish on the restaurants, shops, and destinations to check out during your next Northwest island getaway.

05/22/2009 By James Ross Gardner

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Slide Show: My Island

Resident experts on nearby isles—San Juan, Whidbey, Vancouver, Anderson, and Galiano—dish on the restaurants, shops, and destinations to check out during your next Northwest island getaway.

05/22/2009

Article

Man vs. Mild

A lazy guy’s travel guide to recreation and relaxation along the Columbia River.

04/23/2009 By Jim Gullo

Article

The Longest Mile

With courses sometimes as long as 100 miles, you gotta be a fanatical runner—or crazy—to run an ultramarathon. Seattle’s Scott Jurek is a little bit of both. But he's already ahead of what's becoming a huge trend.

04/22/2009 By Sean Leslie

Article

Let It Rain

A spring hike through the Olympic rain forest can be a muddy, waterlogged exercise in environmental immersion. And it’s wonderful.

03/16/2009 By Lawrence W. Cheek

Article

All Washed Up

Flotsamologists never know what they’ll uncover on Washington’s stormy shores—and that’s the point.

02/12/2009 By Eric Scigliano

Get Out

This Cold House

Tents, schments. Real winter campers dig out a snow cave.

01/15/2009 By Camden Swita

Article

Joyride

Jerry Baker has ridden every Seattle to Portland cycling event. With his advice and a little hard work, you can start your own streak.

01/07/2009 By Bill Thorness

Article

Bottoms Up

Bury your head in the sand in search of giant geoducks and your Pacific Northwest wings.

12/28/2008 By Harry Edwards

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Swim with the Fishes

A diver discovers unearthly—and inhuman—delights beneath the sea.

12/28/2008 By Langdon Cook

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35 Northwest Playgrounds

Great outdoor summer adventures in the water, on the ground, and high in the sky.

12/28/2008 By Courtney Nash