An Inside Look at the Pacific Northwest

Cheryl's Day Excursions
Local Tour Ideas

PUGET SOUND LIGHTHOUSES ~

(4 Hours) ~ Washington has over 25 light houses, built to help ships along our ocean shores and the inland sea navigate during inclement weather and avoid crashing into shore.

This tour focuses on the Eastern shore of Puget Sound, you’ll see our Mukilteo Iighthouse, Alki Point, and West Point lighthouses.

To see more lighthouses, please call.

Consider our Triangle of Forts Tour, with 3 more lighthouses.

$191 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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Puget Sound Lighthouses
Twin Peaks & Northern Exposure

TWIN PEAKS ~ Filming Locations! ~

(4 Hours) ~ This strange, dark drama series from days of old was filmed in our back yard, so to speak.

Take a trip with us to visit the:

Double R Cafe ~ Slice of Cherry Pie included if available at the Double R!

Salish Lodge and Snoqualmie Waterfall ~ Beautiful and scenic.

Mt Si ~ all on the show!
$191 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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Twin Peaks & Northern Exposure

NORTHERN EXPOSURE ~

(4 Hours) ~ Remember all those fun characters and scenes from Northern Exposure? Now you can go visit this town, and maybe (probably not) run into some of those people!

Visit the Brick pub, see the TV station, and more in this really historic, unchanged little town from the TV series.

What name did Roslyn call their famous town Moose? Why was it unlucky to be Maggie's boyfriend?            What did Maurice Minifield retire from?

Hang-out where your favorite characters did!

  • Joel Flieshman Doc
  • Maggie Bush Pilot/ Local Disaster
  • Chris Danforth Disk Jockey for Kbear
  • Ann Store Owner Shelly & Holling Bar Tenders
  • Ed Chigliak Wannabe Film Director/ Shaman Trainee
  • Marilyn Whirlwind Stoic Native
  • Adam Crazed Gourmet Chef, Compulsive Liar, Recluse
  • Maurice Minifield Entrepreneur

A≈fun & scenic day in Roslyn (aka Cicely, Alaska).

$191 per person ~ min 2 ppl ~ plus tax

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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CEMETERIES & FAMOUS GRAVESITES ~

(4 Hours) ~ We visit the graves of our founding Fathers Arthur Denny and Carson Boren, Thomas Mercer and David (Doc) Maynard.

We’ll also visit the graves of Chief Seattle’s daughter Angeline, John Nordstrom and Bruce Lee in Seattle, and Jimi Hendrix in Renton.

NOTE: To add Chief Seattle’s grave to the tour, add 1 hour travel time. Call for more information.

$164 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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Cemeteries & Famous Gravesites
Antiquing in Snohomish

ANTIQUING IN SNOHOMISH ~

(4 Hours) ~ Go to one of the oldest towns in the Puget Sound region, historic Snohomish, which was founded in 1859, before Seattle.

Wander down these historic streets to visit a number of antique shops.

We drive through the historic district and view the beautiful homes on the National Register of Historic Places.

Surprising finds and maybe stop for lunch or ice-cream!

$191 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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SMALL TOWN EXPLORATION ~

(4 Hours) Towns are within 1 hour drive.

The Puget Sound Region has some very interesting small towns and is a great way to explore the region's history and heritage. A real inside look at the Pacific Northwest.

PORT GAMBLE

A rustic, Victorian lumber town from our early days, the old mill is still here and the tiny town is wonderful as a step back in time. This town re-enacts Civil War battles and hosts both Union and Confederate camps in June each year.

LA CONNER

A harbor town on a river, this very quaint town is great to stroll and explore. The town boasts a wonderful heritage museum with an impressive Swinomish Indian Tribe collection and presence, and a quilt museum occupied in an historical Victorian home. This town is a favorite stop during the Tulip Festival in April.

Coupeville, Poulsbo, Bremerton, Snohomish Edmonds, and Port Townsend, are a few more worth exploring.

Call for more information.

$227 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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Small Town Exploration
State Capitol Tour

STATE CAPITOL TOUR ~

(4 Hours) ~ This tour takes us to Olympia, Washington’s State Capitol. The Capitol campus was designed by Walter Winder & Harry White, whose designs were influenced by the Olmsted brothers.

The Legislative building was completed in 1928 and houses the chambers of the Washington State Legislature and offices of several elected officials.

The Rotunda is worth the visit alone — you’ll see the largest Tiffany chandelier in the world. The tour itself is conducted by staff from the Legislative building and lasts one hour.

$155 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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BOEING - FUTURE of FLIGHT & MUSEUM ~

This tour includes visits to two major aircraft experiences. One is the Boeing Tour, also known as the Future of Flight, and the other is called Paul Allen's Warbirds Flying Heritage Collection. Each of these has a distinct agenda:

  1. The Future of Flight shares how the Boeing Company builds and assembles their current aircraft, then takes visitors to see the actual manufacture plant–floors above the workers — to watch aircraft being built.
  2. The Flying Heritage Collection is an assemblage of 1935-1945 airplanes used during the war. We will have lunch (included) in Mukilteo on Puget Sound before returning
$255 per person ~ min 2 ppl

Discounts available for groups of 4 or more!

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Paine Field - Aircraft & Museum