Loaded Galleries Page with New Photo’s and Other News

It took longer then I would have liked, but I finally resolved a small glitch that was preventing me from adding photo’s to the galleries page. However, with a little help from the developers we’ve put that issue to bed, and I’ve been able to load this year’s selection of weekly photographs and some of the more popular from last year.

As things stand I planned to add photographs on a bi-weekly schedule so check back. Currently I just plan on announcing the updates over on my twitter account so you welcome to follow me here. And as always, drop me an email or leave a comment on the bottom of the page here. Most the changes I’ve implemented have been driven by guest comments. Thanks for the suggestions!

Gifford Pinchot National Forest

I plan on returning to Gifford Pinchot National Forest this coming weekend to continue exploring the area. Although I usually find myself drawn to the coast whenever I have free time but lately I have to admit that our interior mountain ranges are just as captivating to explore.

I don’t see us getting up to Spirit Lake but I’ll see if the road is open just on the off chance they decided to open it early considering the warm weather we’ve been experiencing. At the very least we’ll be on the hunt for more waterfalls. Look for a report next week.

 

 

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