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Category Archives: mountains
We adventured to Whidbey Island last weekend and stayed at a house with a view of the Olympic Mountains and Useless Bay. Walking out on the beach, we were able to look back to the East and see the Cascade … Continue reading
Adventure time in the North Cascades! Our 12 mile hike that we planned for Larch Lake yesterday ended up being 21 miles, a 3,000 foot gain in elevation, 12 hours and only seeing Julius Lake. And it would have been … Continue reading
I love Kerry Park. I don’t know why it took me so long to find that place, I’ve lived here most my life. Despite the rocky start to the weekend weather wise, another beautiful Seattle day is in the books … Continue reading
Took a little trip to Bainbridge Island today via the Edmonds/Kingston ferry today. I’ve been wanting to take a ferry ride since I’ve been back home but 1, haven’t found the time, 2, it’s cold. Despite the wind and clouds … Continue reading
After 4 days of driving – that only should have been 2 or 3 – 2,075 miles, 8 states, and a boat load of horrible weather, I finally made it back to the Seattle area. I have never been so … Continue reading
I stopped very early on Sunday night in Rock Springs, Wyo., because the passes and canyons I had to drive through to get to Ogden, Utah, were covered in snow and black ice. Little did I know, stopping would be … Continue reading
Mother Nature and I got into a bit of a fight over the weekend. After making it to North Platte, Nebr., on Saturday night after the 2nd worst thunder-storm I have ever driven in, I got tossed around with 50+ … Continue reading
I know these are late. I know. Thing is, she’s already got them. So now, these are for me to document and remember that it happened. That I was there when my best friend got married on June 19. There … Continue reading
It’s the day before the wedding and while I found time to be a painter, a florist, a cook, a cleaning lady, an assistant, the photographer and the maid of honor, I also got to take an hour and go … Continue reading