For the record, I can sleep on the ground with no tent and have no issues. My wife on the other hand needs at least a camper with a bed and cushions in order to go camping. I believe the term used today is "glamping!" If you are a glamper like my wife, this hidden hideaway not only will have the amenities you need to survive, but you can live out a childhood dream as well.

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The Corner Getaway BnB is a small bed and breakfast located in Sequim Washington. Yes, you can now live like a hobbit with space for 4 other people! These underground hobbit houses are around 500 square feet and right now cost $165 per night. They come with an outdoor shower facility, an indoor fireplace, and heated bathroom floors. Included is also an "acre of privacy" with a fire pit and lots of space for pets to roam around!

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There is also a separate entrance in the back, however they warn that the entrance is shared with a local farm and to watch for traffic. So if your interested, pack up all your gear for an amazing journey to Middle Earth. Just make sure to keep room in your stomach for "Elevenses".

To check for availability and book your hobbit house stay today, just click here!

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Seattle Seahawks Game Images from the 1980's

A collection of images from the Seattle Seahawks seasons in the 1980's.

Tri-City Americans Who Played in the NHL

Hockey is one of the hardest sports to play. Most hockey players will play the sport their entire lives, starting to skate as soon as they can walk. Even with all that dedication, the likelihood a player cracks an NHL roster is astronomically low. The WHL is a high-tier developmental league that sees many of its players make it to the show. But for a player who makes it to the WHL or any other junior league, the chances of them reaching the NHL is still only 5%. These former Tri-City Americans are those elite few who have made the jump.

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