I had been to Portland a while ago when I visited for my fraternity’s convention so I had already done a bunch of the tourist stuff before. I had already gone and seen Powell Books (which is epic) and also

On the way to Portland from Goldendale I had heard there was a series of gorgeous falls. I decided to take a risk and took a detour to check out these falls and I’m super glad I did. The falls

Goldendale is the place for one of the best amateur observatories I’ve ever seen! I got to hang out there with a bunch of random people and see so many things I’ll likely never forget. We got to look through

The Washington State Capitol was fairly grand. Almost every chandelier was done by Tiffany which is super cool. The main chandelier in the rotunda is so big you could apparently fit a volkswagen beetle inside it! One of my favorite

So the first thing I did when I got into Seattle was to go to the Space needle. It costs $20 to go to the top or you can do lunch for $25 and get a free pass to the

Victoria is where the legislature meets for British Columbia. I got to walk through the legislature building which was super cool! They only had 1 house which was kinda weird, but super cool. Their building was also a lot more

Vancouver is one of my best friends’ favorite city of all time. I ended up staying at the hostel at Jericho Beach which was kinda phenomenal. The front desk guy was uber attractive and I spent countless hours flirting with

I personally loved Jasper National Park like no other. It was so much fun doing the hiking throughout the park. I did one hike which took us around 5 different lakes called ‘the valley of the five lakes’ and I

Back up to Canada I go! So I went up to Calgary with the intention of hanging out there for a little while, but once I got there I didn’t really want to stay. Alberta is the Texas of Canada

If you had thought that mullets were dead, you haven’t been to Montana. I counted more mullets in 5 minutes than I had seen the whole trip! And not just from the kids in the tour class either. Montana capitol