I love the outdoors and think Washington State is the perfect place to experience the outdoors. As I explore Washington I will take you on my travels.
Washington sits in the far northwest corner of the lower 48 United States. It's a state of contrasts - from sea level at the ocean to 14,410' at the top of Mt. Rainier, from rain forests with over 100" of rain a year to deserts, with glaciers and forests and lakes and rivers in between.
My viewpoint will be much from the outdoors - traveling by car, motorcycle, bicycle, on foot and maybe even by boat - whatever mode best suits the location (and me).
The photo in the header was taken from Slate Peak, above Harts Pass.
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- Grand Coulee Dam
- Grand Coulee Dam is a great place to spend a day. The Dam generates power for the Pacific Northwest, and also provides irrigation.
- Harts Pass and Slate Peak
- The road to Harts Pass is the highest road in Washington State. Just a couple miles beyond Harts Pass is Slate Peak. This is definitely worth the drive for the views!
- Palouse Falls State Park
- Palouse Falls State Park has a spectacular waterfall, camping and hiking.
- Roadside Markers
- Blewett Historical Marker
- The mining town of Blewett was once near here on the Blewett Pass highway.
- Washington Photos
- As I travel around Washington I frequently run across scenes that inspire me to snap a photo. This page is a collection of photos that I found interesting or inspiring in some way.