Clammie, get your gun, we are having a clam dig weekend! Beaches at Mocrocks and Twin Harbors are open for a 4:13 low tide on Saturday and a 5 p.m. low tide on Sunday.
Brent Hunter of Grays Harbor Tourism says 2009’s tourism numbers were great, and the way this year has been, the official count (out in early 2011) will be at least as good. “In 2009 we had 4.3 million people, and they spent $269 million for goods and services in the county,” Hunter, marketing and […]
St. Patrick’s Day is the one day of the year that everybody gets to be Irish. And here on the Harbor, we have businesses that will make it easy for you to get your Irish on.
Seabrook, a new town and extremely popular development on the Washington Coast, was selected to be the site of Coastal Living’s 2010 Ultimate Beach House.
The culinary loop has a lot going for it, Sara Owen said. First, it plays into the trend of people staying closer to home for their vacations, attracting new money into the area. It’s also a way to promote sustainability, because the local foods travel a shorter distance from farm (or water) to plate, which means less gas is consumed. Locally produced foods also benefit everyone from the farmer to the restaurant, and more dollars stay in the local community.