Olympia, Washington has something for everyone . . . from Native American Coast Salish culture, to shopping and politics! The city is in a great central location from which to explore all kinds of wonderful places with fun things to see and do. Want to snowboard on a volcano? No problem! Kayak down a waterfall? No problem! Dive with octopus? No problem!
Olympia is THE boating capital of the world! Even the boats are smiling!
Please take a few minutes to visit Tour Olympia, a new website I am creating that provides all sorts of information for your next travel adventure.
The Squaxin Island Tribe‘s Home of Sacred Belongings Museum Library and Research Center provides a rare glimpse into the lives of the people who hail from the South Puget Sound area.
Because of their unique and intense personal relationship with the inland Salish Sea and its aquatic inhabitants, they are also known as “The People of the Water.”
The museum is located at the “Gateway to the Olympic Peninsula” mid-way between Olympia and Shelton on Highway 101. If you are planning a trip visit the Quileute tribe of the Twilight series, you might want to start your adventure at Squaxin Island. Friendly tribal members provide a gracious introduction to Coast Salish culture at the award winning museum!
$5 – Adults
$4 – Seniors
$2 – Children ages 5 to 12
Free! – Children under 5
Open Wednesday through Sunday
(Tuesdays for group tours)
The most important part of any graphic design project is interest. People get bored very quickly. Online, most of them spend only a few seconds per page. The second you loose their interest, they’re gone. Here are some ideas for keeping them just a little while longer:
• Incorporate photographs, graphics and video
• Include images of people doing interesting things
• Use catchy slogans
Create a layout that is aesthetically pleasing
• Do not place text over busy background images
• Choose colors carefully
• Don’t be afraid of white space
Be friendly, casual and professional
Here is a poster created for the American Indian Association Powwow.
Click on image to enlarge.