City of Destiny

Tacoma is located 25 miles by water and 31 miles by road south of Seattle. It adopted its name from nearby Mount Rainier which was originally called Tahoma. It is locally known as the "City of Destiny" because the area was chosen to be the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the late... Continue Reading →

South Puget Sound 2015

South Puget Sound begins at the Tacoma Narrows bridge, pictured below, and extends south to Olympia.  Many boaters, including us, usually go north to the San Juan Islands or to Canada for their cruising.  We decided to turn south and see what it had to offer.  We are glad we did. The weather was decent... Continue Reading →

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