Forgotten Creek Natural Area

Everett, Wa has become quite developed over the years and where there was once thriving forests and babbling brooks there now stands a sort of concrete jungle. However, if you look hard enough one can find little gems such as the Forgotten Creek Natural Area. A place that gives respite from the hustle and bustle…

Maggie’s Park

This is quite possibly the tiniest park I have ever laid eyes on! Maggie’s Park in Everett, Wa is just .15 acres and consists of a single picnic bench and a lone tree. It does, however, have decent views of Puget Sound with the BNSF railway in the foreground. //ws-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/q?ServiceVersion=20070822&OneJS=1&Operation=GetAdHtml&MarketPlace=US&source=ac&ref=tf_til&ad_type=product_link&tracking_id=pnwadventur0b-20&marketplace=amazon&region=US&placement=B01DFDBXZ4&asins=B01DFDBXZ4&linkId=8f29555c3167bcc44d25bcb3ffb919d5&show_border=false&link_opens_in_new_window=false&price_color=333333&title_color=0066c0&bg_color=ffffffAfter some research I discovered that…

Lowell Park & Neighborhood History

Lowell Park was established in the 1960’s when the neighborhood known as the town of Lowell was annexed by Everett, Wa. This once booming little town dates back to 1863. Nearly 30 years senior to the city of Everett. There were three major companies that kept this community thriving. They were Everett Pulp and Paper…

Tall Ships at Port of Everett this Week

Tall Ships Tour is here as part of Everett, Washington’s 125 year celebration. You can take a look inside these beauties for as little as $5. Fork out a bit more and you can even set sail for an exciting excursion. They were even fun to see from the marina at a cost of zero…

Deadwater Slough

With a name like Deadwater Slough one must wonder if somewhere in history there lies a story. I did some research and encountered trouble finding its origins, but what did surface was an account of the Tragedy at Deadwater Slough. It was the winter of 1917 and temperatures were nearing freezing. Somewhere around 1:30 a.m….

Rucker’s Tomb – Tribute to a Mother’s Love

The Ruckers came to Everett to seek their fortune and that is just what they did. They became one of the wealthiest families in the area. Wyatt & Bethel Rucker are often considered the fathers of Everett. They were land developers and business men. They did much to develop the area. When Wyatt & Bethel…

Evergreen Arboretum & Legion Park

The Evergreen Arboretum is a gorgeous little secret.  It’s a beautiful three and half acre garden tucked away in Legion Park in Everett. The garden was established in 1963 and is known as Snohomish County’s “Treasure.” Enjoy the garden’s art collection as you take in your surroundings. The Arboretum has a wide variety of indigenous…