The Huffington Post
February 9, 2017

Prior to moving to Seattle in 1996, I’d lived in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, and had traveled to many of the major cities of the world. By comparison, Seattle seemed beautiful, but small, provincial, and a little isolated…a pre-teen of a city. But, somehow, in the intervening years, Seattle grew up, came of age, blossomed to full flower. What makes Seattle’s leap so unique is that it sprouts from a foundation rooted in the land and the long-held values of its people. Unlike other cities, Seattle seeks diversity and experiences that respect its past, and seed its future.>>>Read entire article featuring Willows Lodge Spa on The Huffington Post