Brave New World in the North Cascades
A look at the Boulder River upstream from the falls. The water was wonderfully clear and cold.

Brave New World in the North Cascades

We needed to get away for a little 'mental health' so we set our gaze on the North Cascades for something refreshing to take our minds off the world's woes.

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A Return to Mt. Rainier National Park
The view from Paradise Inn at Mt. Rainier National Park.

A Return to Mt. Rainier National Park

After months of hoping for a small return to normalcy, we finally drove through the open gates of Mt. Rainier National Park. to see how she had fared during the recent closure.

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Can We Recreate Outdoors During COVID-19?
Enjoying the outdoors despite the COVID-19 virus and rainy weather.

Can We Recreate Outdoors During COVID-19?

I do admit to feeling some guilt for enjoying the outdoors while others are still battling COVID-19. It’s a tough call. Just what is the responsible action to take?

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COVID-19 And The Last Beached Bird Survey?
The sun setting over James Island with First Beach in the foreground. We started getting reports of COVID-19 closures in the state this weekend.

COVID-19 And The Last Beached Bird Survey?

So just what are we to do with our citizen-science projects when COVID-19 derails the best-laid plans?

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Cruising Whidbey Island
Took our Rad ebikes over to Whidbey Island by ferry over to Whidbey Island to spend the day exploring.

Cruising Whidbey Island

Stepping on to Whidbey Island is to follow in the steps of Capt. Vancouver and Lt. Puget. The island itself is named after the Sailing Master Joseph Whidbey.

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