TAG: walking

Get the Check Out Washington backpack with Discover Pass at the library

Posted in News on May 14, 2019 at 6:00 am

Find adventures and new experiences in Washington State Parks with the latest addition to our Library of Things: The Check Out Washington backpack, which includes binoculars, field guides, other interpretive materials, and a special Discover Pass for parking at Washington State Parks. In partnership with Check Out Washington, we are able to offer t […]

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Taking care of you: Modern day self-care

Posted in Explore and Discover on September 27, 2018 at 6:00 am

by Susan Goertz September means many things to many people—leaves changing color, shortening days, pumpkin spice everything. Did you know that September is also Self-Care Awareness Month? You wouldn’t think people would need tips on how to take it easy and pamper themselves. How hard can it be to slow down and breathe, right? Yet […]

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Let’s get active: Walks, microadventures, and senior fitness

Posted in News on May 23, 2018 at 6:00 am

It’s that time of year when great weather beckons us to come outside and get active. The Library District is responding to the call with out-of-the-ordinary walks, excellent tips from outdoor enthusiasts, and opportunities to step into some new fitness routines. Celebrate National Trails Day with a stroll on the Columbia Plateau Trail while devel […]

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3 things I learned walking across England

Posted in Explore and Discover on November 8, 2016 at 6:00 am

By Nancy Ledeboer For the most part, the tour group followed the path that Alfred Wainwright described in his book A Coast to Coast Walk: St. Bees Head to Robin Hood’s Bay. We walked for 12 days, averaging about 9 miles a day. Our longest day was 12 miles, and we took two rest days. […]

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