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Old 08-27-13, 06:33 PM
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Pickering Passage, first light on The SohCrates (my raft)

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Day 3 Ross Lake in the North Cascades!
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Wife and friends heading into the enchantments last month
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First light on Lake St Claire
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Spokane,Cheney and Medical lake area

Some pics from Spokane Cheney
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Weekend trip up to Summit Lake. Camped on a ledge about 125 feed above the west side of the lake with absolutely amazing view.

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Long Island Cedars. Grove of the Giants.



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I just spent a few days on Ross Lake. My plan was to rent a kayak and paddle in to a camp, but when I went for my permit, I learned I'd have to share the island with two other people. The ranger told me "the most popular camp on Ross Lake is available. It has a waterfall, and room for one." So I enjoyed a bit of solitude, 20 miles hike from the nearest road. I took a water taxi, they dropped me off and picked me up three days later.

Hiking to the Ross Lake Resort, to catch the taxi.





On the boat





Dropped off in camp



May Creek outlet to Ross Lake



^ The unearthly color is true to life. It comes from the "glacier flower" being carried down by May Creek and many others.

Stargazing in camp



May Creek



After the storm

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Currently sidelined with a sprained wrist, thought I'd contribute.

Mt St Helens 4-14


Riding up to Cayuse Pass 4-18


Skagit Tulip Fest 4-21 (My bar tape is uneven I'm aware)


Icicle Canyon 4-23
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Yakima Canyon 5-5


North Cascades Highway 5-7
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Wallace Falls State Park, Snohomish cty WA. Click thumbnails for larger pic.






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Konnowac Pass



Riding up to Sunrise-Mt Rainier



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View of the Columbia River, from Rattlesnake Road south of Goldendale WA:



View of Goldendale WA with Mt Adams behind:
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Took this on my way home from work yesterday morning. I work nights and sometimes take a longer way home, put in a little over 25 miles. This from where Lake Washington Boulevard meets Seward Park.




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All Oregon shots and taken in the past few months: McKenzie Pass, Columbia Gorge, Sauvie Island etc



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Summit Lake on July 8th and of course Mt. Rainier is just a turn away. Yellow in July seems just right.

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These are from a ride up to Artist Point last week.
Mt. Shuksan

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Heading up to Paradise, Mt Rainier - scorcher of a day.



Descending from Artist Point - Whee!


Descending from Hurricane Ridge - Whee!


Windy Ridge - sun popped out during my return.

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Since this Forum is about the PNW, I'll show a few pics from just about the farthest (?) north-est, westerly point you can go in these lower 48. Neah Bay and the road + trail to Cape Flattery are at the Pacific tip of the Strait of Juan DeFuca (i'll have to get those later).

Just south of Neah Bay is Cape Alava which is the western-most point in the 48. Three mile hike from the trailhead. Quite a few beach campers, but the weather was good for Sept.

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From the mystic land of Nowhere. When the Astoria-Megler bridge was under development/construction in the early-mid 60's it was lambasted as the "Bridge to Nowhere". This is looking south from Point Ellice to Astoria. I'm a happy resident of Nowhere.

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Looking north up the peninsula from North Head.
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Some recent pictures from Whatcom and Skagit Counties, in the Northwest of Washington.

From Chuckanut Ridge, looking over Bellingham and Canada


On the hike to Oyster Dome


Sunrise, looking north to Canada


Anacortes


Samish Overlook


From the Samish Overlook, looking toward Chuckanut Drive


Arroyo Park
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