This last week the Barefoot Bandit came back on our radar. Bob Friel a good friend and local islander just released his book that follows the path of Colton Harris-Moore, the modern day outlaw that was finally apprehended in the Caribbean. The fact that no one was physically injured or
Winter is seemingly lingering into spring but somewhere in the haze of La Nina there were a couple weeks this winter where it almost felt like spring here in the Northwest and the lure of summertime paddling is finding it’s way back into our thoughts at Outdoor Odysseys. There are
Paddling the Whale Trail – The San Juan Islands Their story begins… Despite living in Seattle for the last 12 years, I’m basically a landlubber. The smallest boat I’ve been on in years was a small county ferry that holds 20 cars. So I was both nervous and excited to
Tucked away in the NW corner of Washington State, the San Juan Islands were listed as one of the premier places to travel in 2011 in the Sunday issue of the New York Times: http://travel.nytimes.com/2011/01/09/travel/09where-to-go.html The article specifically mentions the burgeoning food scene – as well as the breathtaking scenery.
Outdoor Odysseys launches “Women on the Water” sea kayaking tours in the waters off the San Juan Islands
Contact: Clark Casebolt, Outdoor Odysseys (206) 361-0717 firstname.lastname@example.org For immediate release Women experience adventure while paddling with orca whales, porpoise and seals. SEATTLE, WA, April 4, 2006 /PR Web/–Imagine paddling a kayak with your best women friend as an orca whale glides by your boat. This summer, Outdoor Odysseys will
National Geographic Traveler Seattle Magazine CBS Good Morning America Washington Handbook – Moon Travel Publications The Herald Journal American The Seattle Times Sports Northwest The News Tribune View – Group Health Magazine Valley Daily News While getting and receiving national and local media coverage is always gratifying, the kudos we