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Catching up on albums I forgot to post....

The US Space and Rocket Center is awesome!
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Catching up on albums I forgot to post....

Dew drops + colored lights at night make an amazing combo.
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Catching up on albums I forgot to post....

My view from Seattle to Nashville over the holidays was pretty epic.
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I took off a few days before Thanksgiving and spent some time up near Gold Bar, using Wallace Falls State Park as a base camp for hiking (and relaxing).

It rained every day I was there, but that's typical for Washington. I still kept a fire going each night, and took some neat pictures :)

I also explored Bridal Veil Falls. The climb to the falls involves a lot of switchbacks that cross creeks and smaller waterfalls along the way (thank goodness for waterproof boots). There were also a few sections that felt like stairways to heaven. To reduce erosion, wood supported, dirt filled, staircases were built. There was heavy fog / I was hiking into a cloud, so I couldn't see the top at a few spots. The falls, and the view from the falls, is amazing. Next time I'll keep going and make it to Lake Serene.
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Some foggy views of the Olympic Mountains and Seattle, taken from Kirkland, in November.
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Finishing out October with some beautiful evenings
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Tiger Mountain the day after "The storm that wasn't"
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You might think it's strange to want to walk 2 miles under a mountain through an old railroad tunnel, but I think you'd understand once you see what's on the other side. Anyway, the tunnel is an amazing feat of engineering and well worth the adventure.
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