Some refer to Devils Mountain as a "dumpster dive" destination or the backup of a backup plan.
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
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.
Our fourth visit to the state park and this time we hiked to Lighthouse Point.