Built as an accumulation of communities, each neighborhood in Seattle offers its own brand of home. Here at LiveOnGuides.com, we’ve built out each area of neighborhood to help you decide where might best suit your personal preferences.
If you’re looking to sunbath on Washington’s beaches, wade through nature’s tidepools, or fly your kite in the windy ocean air, Washington many shores have a little something different to offer.
The Pacific Northwest is riddled with natural preservation to be explored. This Ultimate Guide to the region’s bike trails will prove an excellent resource as you explore!
Winter might seem like the best time to curl up in your favorite blanket and forget about the world outside, but it’s quite the contrary. Winter in the Northwest is a time for you to indulge in our #PNW culture and all its chilly, snowy and breathtaking glory!
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park is rich with fun and history. Launch a boat, swim in Lake Washington waters, or just enjoy a beautiful sunset against a PNW backdrop. Whatever your pleasure, dive in!
Mercer Island Blog, featuring… the Windermere Living Magazine: Summer 2018 Edition
Water activities go hand-in-hand with the Pacific Northwest and summer. Our temperature is a slow climb this year, but that might be for the better – sometimes things get a little chaotic when the summer comes too early.
Mercer Island Schools & School District Recognized in King County’s "Green Schools Program" for Continued Conservation Efforts
Mercer Island Blog, featuring…
The Puget Sound Regions offers a ton of natural beauty – and a bunch of State Parks are within a short drive from home.
Don’t forget that Family Night is right around the corner!
Keep an eye out this week for door-to-door Pet License Canvassing. Mercer Island is part of the Regional Animal Services … Continue Reading Door-to-Door Pet License Canvassing Starts May 5th
One of the many things Washington is known for is its astounding beauty and plethora of outdoorsy excursions; and while … Continue Reading 10 Breathtaking Washington Islands
Although its population increased so drastically, Burien remains a small-town at heart and Olde Burien is a testament to that. As a reference, “Olde” Burien is the area surrounding SW 152nd Street and runs through downtown, where unique shops and eateries reflect the “eclectic mix of interests” of the locals. Like many areas, Burien has a bunch of restaurants to choose from, each with their own distinct flavor palette.
These top 5 most beautiful views are great for family-outings, adventures with friends, or individual escapades.
Surrounded by Puyallup to the west, Auburn to the north and Bonney Lake to the East, Sumner is a small community nestled in the valley.
Known for its unending beauty and majesty, the Pacific Northwest offers dozens of colorful and vivacious plants that are both full of life and excitement. But sometimes choosing the best ones can be a difficult decision… This week we’re sharing some of our favorite flowery foliage!