Within Washington State, U.S. Route 97 (US 97) is a 322-mile (518 km) route which traverses from the Oregon state line in Maryhill to the Canada–US border near Oroville. ~Wikipedia
The 41-mile drive was much less appealing than the Summer Blossom Trail name itself.
After yesterday's outing, the pup and I got a good night sleep at the campground.
We stayed the night in Wenatchee after yesterday's trip. Then today, we went up to Spencer Peak south of Keystone Point across from Spencer Canyon. There were many roads in…
We had a do-over on Revolution Peak last weekend. Then this week, we went up to Blag Mountain. A year ago to the date, we were across the canyon on…
I wanted to catch the weekend sunshine. So we looked for a new place out east. The initial plan was Blag Mountain. But we couldn't go past the snow on…
Last I checked the weather forecast, nearly the entire Cascades was getting snow most of the day.
This time the canyon was warmer and more vibrant wrapped in fall colors.
Over the last few years it had become somewhat of a tradition to do a bigger trip over Fourth of July weekend.
Having gone up south peak four years ago, this time pups and I came back for the north peak.
Our new experiences included pup's first time on a seaplane and our first time canoeing.
Pups and I continued our quest in the Chelan Mountains to dodge the less than ideal weather in the Cascades.
To make yesterday’s 2.5-hour drive from Seattle to Teanaway worthwhile, I decided to stay east of the mountains and seek out a new hiking spot.
Morning after climbing It Peak, pups and I came to check out views north of the City of Wenatchee.
The peak provided great views into both Nahahum Canyon and Swakane Canyon.
This was pups' and my backup plan when we snowshoed up to Tronsen Ridge in January.
Blewett Pass area appeared to have the best weather forecast today, a good excuse to hide from the rain on the west.