We drove Route 50 to get to Great Basin. The Nevada portion crosses the center of state and was named The Loneliest Road in America by Life magazine in July 1986. While we drove on it, we never passed another car, nor did we have any behind us. Our trip started with an excursion to […]
We hiked in Pinnacles when it was still a National Monument, but soon before it became a National Park. The hiking became a little bit hairy at the top where anyone with the slightest fear of heights would have to work hard to conquer their fears! When we arrived, a woodpecker was tearing up the […]
Easily one of the most recognizable National Parks, Yosemite is a peaceful and magical place. While we were there, snow fell overnight, blanketing the park with a fresh layer of soft powder. We followed some tracks in the snow to a spot where a coyote was eating his kill, right in front of one of […]
We will definitely have to return to North Cascades during the summer. Our visit was in the winter, so we were able to see some beautiful ice covered trees and snow capped mountains. And Seattle is a great city to visit any time of year.
Olympic had everything – rain forest, 70 miles of coastline, gorgeous western sunset, and driftwood collecting on pebbled beaches. My favorite photos have the sun’s rays streaming through the trees and the light on the shore was incredible.