The rock formations in Frenchman Coulee are made up of a type of basalt known as columnar basalt.
At first our beach looked like any other but on closer inspection, we started noticing bits of old pottery and even found a flake of Obsidian.
We decide to move to a new COASST beach after years of surveying Toleak Beach. The bonus is the new beach is full of fossils.
We spent a stormy and dramatic weekend exploring Damon Point, not to mention watching Humpback whales feeding off the point.
We took advantage of the weather and spent the day at a makeshift camp listening to the gentle sound of the waves near Tokeland
Burley Mountain Lookout was a product of the 1910 'Big Blowup' fires that devasted large areas of Washington, Idaho, and Montana
Imagine our shock when we came out of the tunnel only to view what looked like total destruction on this side of the campground.
From basecamp, Tower Rock, formed by wind, water, and ice, dominates the eastern horizon at 2000' above the Cispus River Valley floor.
Three years after bacteria and microorganisms naturally colonized the lake and fed on organic matter, Coldwater Lake was as clear as it is today.
Steve and Theresa spend the summer making multiple trips to the Suiattle River for the Wild and Scenic River Project.