Cycling the Pacific Coast: The Complete Guide from Canada to Mexico

From Vancouver to San Diego is 1,850 miles, with coastal roads, towns, cities and sights aplenty. Tackle the whole route or try a section using my comprehensive guidebook.

Cycling the Pacific Coast coverCycling the Pacific Coast is great as a standalone guide or as a companion to your map set. It has detailed route information, tips for loaded touring, and tons of information on what to see when you get where you’re going.” –Dan Meyer, Adventure Cyclist

Biking Puget Sound: 60 Rides from Olympia to the San Juan Islands

Seattle and the maritime Puget Sound region offer great cycling experiences, from stunning cityscapes to lush farmland and quiet island lanes. This guidebook, expanded in its 2nd edition, offers recreational day tours for cyclists of all abilites.

Biking Puget Sound cover “This guide is a great resource.” — University Bookstore Staff Favorites

Cool Season Gardener: Extend the Harvest, Plan Ahead, and Grow Vegetables Year Round

In regions with a mild winter, like the Maritime Northwest, gardeners can grow edibles and feed their family from their garden year-round. This guide offers the techniques, tips and secrets to a lush, sustainable edible landscape.

Cool Season Gardener“… a must-have reference for any vegetable gardener working in the [Pacific Northwest’s] unique maritime climate.” — Caroline Bristol, The American Gardener magazine

Edibled Heirloms: Heritage Vegetables for the Maritime Garden

Growing heirloom vegetables is the ultimate way to eat local and support our horticultural heritage. This book explores the history and flavors of more than a hundred varieties of favorite heirloom edibles, with a special focus on plants and varieties that grow well in the Maritime Northwest.

Edible Heirlooms cover“Along comes Bill Thorness, beautifully encouraging gardeners to take their edibles to the next level.” — Jill Lightner, Edible Seattle