Puget Sound is a sound along the northwestern coast of the U.S. state of Washington, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, and part of the Salish Sea. ~Wikepedia
Some refer to Devils Mountain as a "dumpster dive" destination or the backup of a backup plan.
Weather on this side of the mountains got progressively better by mid morning, and then sunny the rest of the day.
While researching beginner hikes, I came upon this low-profile, moderate high point on the Kitsap Peninsula.
Surprisingly quiet for a heavy foot traffic Saturday afternoon. By "heavy" I meant more than a handful of people.
Another rain-dodging trip to the Puget Sound area. It'd been eight years since I last set foot on Orcas Island to climb Mount Constitution as part of a weekend getaway.
Inspired by ejain's report from yesterday, pup and I once again set off to the Puget Sound area in an effort to dodge the rain.
With a high percentage of precipitation in the forecast, today’s plan was not so much to chase the sun, as to find a place with the least amount of rain.
To avoid snowy weather conditions over the mountain passes, I looked for potential new destinations in the Puget Sound area.
With more snow in the forecast today, I stayed west of the Cascades and resorted to another one of our Puget Sound area off-season go-to places.
Fresh snow over mountain passes and the less than ideal Cascade weather had pup and I visiting one of our go-to destinations in the Puget Sound
Holy moly, windy afternoon! Our third visit here and the windiest yet.