Summer Adventures Across the Mighty Pacific Northwest

Labor Day? Fall? Bahhh.

Record-breaking days in a row  in the 70’s. More days in the 90’s than I can count. Following a rain-drenched spring and a couple weeks of smoke and haze from the BC wildfires, I’m not quite ready to let summer slip away.

Go climb a mountain. Hop on a Kenmore Air seaplane flight. Go jump in a lake or kayak around the Sound. Go see the San Juans. Hop on a bike. Take a weekend jaunt up to Victoria. Or, simply sit and stare at the sun. Whatever you do, take advantage of the end to this incredible PNW summer…we’ve earned it this year. Cheers!

Kayaking around the San Juan Islands. 
Morning cabin coffee near Mt. Rainier.
Summit views (amidst smokey skies) on top of Mt. Dickerman.
Low altitude cruising over the San Juans with the fine pilots from Kenmore Air.
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Orca spotting during some whale watching in the San Juans.
Stream leaps at Blue Lake.
Taking pause for a warm and perfectly calm (gasp!) day at Diablo Lake.
Coastal cruise pause to soak in the views in Victoria, BC.
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Summer flowers in full bloom in Victoria, BC.
Signs of summer on Lake Washington.
Hood Canal cruise after a day of dips at Lake Cushman.
Taking in a part of the Pacific Crest Trail at Lake Valhalla.
A stunning day to summit Granite Mountain.

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