essential life skills {9} go to serene places

I have been planning our vacations lately. There are some amazing places out there. We thought about going up to Seattle before Gentry starts school again. There are some beautiful houses to stay in there.

You can book your reservation here. It is on Harstine Island which is about 2 hours from Seattle. It is secluded and right on the tip of the island.

This house is on the northern part of Gig Harbor, it is decorated really cute and has a little hut on a private beach for Gentry to play/live in. I know that we would love it here.

This one is on Mutiny Bay which is near Puget Sound. You would have to do a drive on ferry to get there. The house is gorgeous. And a car on a boat, Little boy heaven. Also little boy heaven, a beach full of sticks. Did you know sticks are guns, bow and arrows, and light sabers?

This is The Orange Door Cottage on Tyee Beach on Camano Island. It is decorated just like your little beach combing heart wants it to be decorated. But it is on a kind of lame beach. It didn’t matter to me. The owner emailed me and included personal information like, her blog and the name of her book. I was almost talked into it.

The thing is, the thought of traveling that far with a baby and a 5-year old really started to freak me out. And Annie, my friend, posted about a little cabin they were going to rent out about an hour from our houses.

It was a match made in heaven.

It is on its own private island with its own beach. You have to walk across a rope bridge to get to it. So we booked it and I am pretty sure it is also going to be little boy heaven.

I am so excited.

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