April 2012 – Remodeled the stairwell going to Whispering Water’s loft by removing part of the solid wall that had been between the sitting area and the stairs, allowing more light and openness in the stairwell. Added a handrail for safety. Looks good, too, with rustic twig balusters.
6/2012 Purchased the lot at the corner of 640th Lane and Index Creek Rd, providing more privacy for Whispering Waters.
2/13 Sky Cabins has two sets of complimentary snow shoes & treking poles. Snow shoeing is easy and no other equipments needed except warm boots that keep the snow out. When the snow level is low, nearby forest service roads are great for snowshoeing and most have great views.
11/16/13 First snow of the season in Baring – about 1″. Stevens Pass Ski/Snowboard area opens today. Winter is here! Go to www.StevensPass.com for current info.
Nov 2013 – Electric fireplace now in Sky Beach Cabin. It has a realistic looking flame with glowing logs and embers. Perfect for a rainy or snowy evening.
June 2014 – Improved 5Mbps WiFi at Sky Beach Cabin. Netflix & Pandora now available on the living room TV.
October 2014 – No longer accommodating dogs at Whispering Waters. Sky Beach Cabin remains dog friendly with an additional charge ($15/dog/night with multiple night discount).
10/2014 New quiet stainless steel refrigerator and dishwasher at Sky Beach Cabin.
11/14 New Lazy Boy reclining sofa at Whispering Waters romantic getaway cabin. Great for relaxing while watching the smart TV with Netflix or listening to romantic music on Pandora.
1/14/15 Roof added over Sky Beach Cabin’s hot tub. Both cabins have covered hot tubs providing a more pleasurable hot tub experience during the rainy season.
2/15 Log king headboard and cedar bedside drawer units at Sky Beach Cabin – looks great! Updated photo soon.
3/1/15 Mountain View cabin no longer available for rentals due to pending sale of cabin.
5/15 New, quiet refrigerator in Whispering Waters with a little more storage capacity.
July 2015 – Fishing hours limited to midnight-2pm on the south fork Skykomish River due to low water level.