Monthly Archives: May 2014

Juniper Peak: Where is everyone?

I stood at the edge of the Goat Rocks Wilderness looking at an upright mammal 100 feet away. It appeared to be a large, half-naked woman with her wrinkly butt facing me. Or was it? I squinted, and thought maybe … Continue reading

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Leftover photos part 3

Rocks south of Point of the Arches, Shi Shi Beach. Sawtooth Ridge, Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Eldorado¬†from Cascade Pass. ¬† Corteo and Black Peaks from Maple Pass. Mountain goat at Lake Ingalls. Priest Lake, Idaho, from the Shedroof Divide trail … Continue reading

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Leftover photos part 2

  The Palouse from Kamiak Butte County Park. I’m reminded of this Ed Abbey quote: “This is the most beautiful place on earth. There are many such places.” More Palouse, this time from Iller Creek Conservation Area, just miles from … Continue reading

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Leftover photos

I saw the layout of my book, Hiking Washington, last week and I’m really excited about it! Here’s some photos that didn’t make it in:  

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