In the early 1950s, the U.S. government became increasingly concerned about a Soviet military threat. This new age of nuclear fear was the beginning of a “Cold War” era t. As a result, many facilities were built on the west coast to search for any threats coming in over the Pacific.
Last weekend I headed solo back to Gifford Pinchot National Forest. It’s still a bit early in the season as
Beware of shortcuts and our recent trip to Riffe Lake was a powerful reminder of that cliche. But these little
Puget Sound’s 1,330 miles of shoreline are criss crossed with miles of Interstate Highways, and secondary roads. Within a few
Countless times I’ve driven over the Sol Duc River on my way to points westward. I’ve camped in the lower
As I mentioned in my previous post, although this training was only a day, due to the filming I was going
Last summer I had come across an article which detailed the sightings of the invasive European Green Crab. (Do You
You will hardly break a sweat in the easy climb to a captivating 130-foot plunging waterfall. The trail was converted from an old logging road, which accounts for its easy, smooth tread. This trail makes for a wonderful and scenic family outing.
This area from Salt Creek to Cape Flattery has to be one of favorite locations. It’s close enough to travel
Recently we hiked out to the mouth of the Hoh River. I was hoping to kill a couple of birds