Whidbey Island
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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.

Port Crescent
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The Ghost Town of Port Crescent

Port Crescent’s prosperity and future, like so many others on the Olympic Peninsula, was depended on the placement of the tidal exodus of the railroad terminus rumored to built on the peninsula.

Puntarenas Lighthouse
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Costa Rica: Puntarenas

The only thing keeping my eyes open as we descend below the cloud deck was the site of San Jose nestled in a deep green valley.

Cape Disappointment Lighthouse
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Cape Disappointment Is Dense With History

Most places have some sort of interesting history, Cape Disappointment is incredibly rich in history and has far more than its fair share.

Glines Canyon Dam
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Glines Canyon Dam

We used Rad Power bikes to carry us past the road washout and reach the site of the Glines Canyon Dam, which was removed in 2014 as part of the salmon restoration project.

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Off Season at the Wynoochee Dam

Miles of pristine highway was leading us north toward our destination, but where was everyone? Something seemed off in all of this.

High Rock Lookout
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Discovering Pleasant Surprises on NF52

Somehow this seasonal road that connects the entrance to Mt. Rainier and Gifford Pinchot
National Forest has stayed off my radar. What a shame, because it has quite a few surprises.

Theresa searching
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Three Children Go Missing Near Carbonado

The entire time we were photographing on the riverbed we could hear the whistles and shouts from a group on the bridge. We found out 3 kids had wandered off on their own and hadn’t been seen for the last half hour.