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... to HQ and let us know of the new setup.The rest of us, Matthew, Gwen and myself, met up after our work days, packed up the remaining gear and headed North. After work translates to
prime Seattle Rush hour traffic.
From a rise in the elevation of the I5 Interstate, I could see red taillights stretching far into the
distance so we settled in for the slow Friday crawl out of town. Not being one to take the slow summer crawl, sitting down. Other than that ...
We arrived at about 9.00am at the first campground and it was so beautiful we didn't need to look at the other 2 campgrounds before securing a site! Our timing was perfect as a we noticed an RV leaving who had a prime spot on the lake that we just had to have! Washington State definitely looks after it's parks and forests, this park is so stunning and all the ...
... opinion, but I was in a pretty awe-struck mood already. If I can give one hot tip: check these caves out in the afternoon, as they face west, and the light will be better. But hopefully the photos I snapped can do it justice. What do you think? (and no...of course I didn't actually go inside one...that is trick photography...)
[150 miles on the ...
... ranges. The mountains here are completely different than any other mountains we have seen. When driving through North Cascade NP, you hug the side of these HUGE mountains that go straight up. Joe thinks these are by far the coolest mountains yet. We did get a video of a huge water fall that we drove over in the North Cascade NP. It was a grated bridge so when you walked over it to see the falls, you could see straight ...
I always try to go somewhere I have never been on my birthday, this year was no exception. The weather man said Sunny Skies, they LIED.
My goal was to take a photo of Mt Baker reflecting off of Picture Lake. Turned out the snow had not melted and Picture Lake was just a muddy puddle. However the next lake over (Highwood Lake) had melted enough to see a partial reflection of ...