I'm originally from Vashon Island, Washington and a proud Pirate! I bounced around in Alaska, California and Hawaii before landing in the Tri-Cities. I’ve spent most of my radio career on my favorite radio station - 1027 KORD! I love this town, the people, the river and the quality of life in the Mid Columbia. When I'm not on the radio you can find me and my wife on Badger Mountain, on a bike path, at the gym or Bikram Yoga. Thanks for checking out my page and for listening!
Scorpions Here’s Where You Might Find One in Tri-Cities
The Northern Scorpion thrives in the Pacific Northwest, specifically in Southeast Washington where it’s dry and warm.
Amazing Cliff Jumping-Spots in Washington Aren’t for the Faint of Heart
If you have the patience to fully investigate and assess the risk in the area - then you might consider jumping off a cliff into the water. Here are just a few of the amazing cliff-jumping spots in Washington State.
This State Park Near Tri-Cities Was Once a Subtropical Jungle, Now it’s Petrified
Spread over 7,100 acres at The Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park in Washington, you’ll find the remains of a 15 million year old petrified forest.
Washington’s Most Amazing Remote Campsites, Plan Your Summer Now
The Pacific Northwest is a camper’s paradise. And, if you’re seeking solitude and connection with the great outdoors, Washington State delivers, with hundreds of options to choose from. Here’s a list of 5 amazing choices for remote camping.
Hike This Deep Ancient Crack-in-the-Ground a Half Day Drive from Tri-Cities
Ancient volcanic fissures formed this deep 2-mile-long Crack-in-the-Ground thousands of years ago and has become a favorite hike for many in the Pacific Northwest.
Brothels and Bootlegging, Who Knew Pendleton Had Such a Bawdy Past?
At one time, Pendleton, Oregon was famous for more than just a rodeo. In the 1920s three things entertained cowboys in Pendleton – rodeos, saloons, and brothels.
300 Year Old Tree in Oregon Was Purposely Shaped to Hold Dead People
Culturally modified trees are common throughout Oregon and Washington and were purposely shaped to hold canoes or coffins with the dead inside.
The Oregon Coast Experience You Must Not Miss [PICTURES]
If you’re planning a trip to the northern Oregon Coast this summer, then you’ll want to carve out time to experience this famous landmark in Astoria.
Sizzling Clothing Optional Hot Spring is a Half Day Drive from Tri-Cities
Situated in a forest setting is a naturally fed hot spring with a number of hand-built hot tub pools that slowly cool for soaking safely.
Dark Abandoned Railroad Tunnel is Part of This Fun Hike Near Tri-Cities
Plymouth, Washington is a short 33-minute drive from Tri-Cities and is famous for a number of things - including hidden treasure at the bottom of the Columbia River, a cool campground, and this fun hike near McNary Dam.