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Lara Dunning
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Writer: freelance travel writer, essayist and young adult novels
Writer: freelance travel writer, essayist and young adult novels

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My latest article is out in the October Issue of TraveLife Magazine! What’s it about? Ticking Fort Bragg’s glass beach off my bucket list and discovering there is so much more to do in this California small town. Click to read “Something to Bragg About”…
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Many travelers visit the Pacific Northwest to sample local seafood like fresh-caught salmon, crab, and oysters. Having lived in Washington State for over a decade, I can attest to the richness of our coastal waters and the bounty it provides. One way to…
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Kent, Washington, might not come to mind when planning your travels. I recently spent a few days in this small city, and my experience surprised me. What are some of the things I discovered? A fantastic international food scene, a wine bar that serves 80%…
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  October will soon be upon us and that means spooky happenings are afloat with ghost tours, cemetery tours, and ghost walks. Last year, I attended and wrote about the Concrete Ghost walk. I thoroughly enjoyed this event, which is a mix of ghosts, ghost…
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Do you love wine and wine tasting? If you follow my blog you know it is a huge part of my travels. My latest article on trivago is all about wine tasting in the Pacific Northwest and fabulous hotels in wine country.
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Deception Pass State Park is one of the most visited parks in Washington State. One of the most popular things to do is walk across Deception Pass Bridge, and I highly recommend this as part of your experience. If you want to see the bridge from a…
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  Deception Pass Bridge is Washington State’s most photographed bridge, and the jet boat ride on Deception Pass Tours takes you under and through the bridge! I’ve been on the tour several times, and it is a unique and fun way to experience Deception Pass…
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Kayaking in the Pacific Northwest is often at the top of travelers bucket lists, and there are many places along the coast to rent kayaks or go on a kayak tour. The place to kayak in the small town of Anacortes, Washington is with Anacortes Kayak Tours.…
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Do you want to visit a historic fort and also stay the night? You can at Fort Casey on Whidbey Island. This fort has bunkers to explore, beaches to stroll, a lighthouse tower to climb, and tours that take you behind the scenes. For lodging, there is…
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River Run Inn is a mile outside of the small town of Winthrop, Washington, and tucked along the Methow River. I’ve wanted to stay at River Run Inn for years, and when my sister and cousin visited, it provided the perfect opportunity. On the first leg of…
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