Wednesday, August 29, 2012

High Divide

We hiked a trail in the Olympic National Park, Seven Lakes Basin and the High Divide. Made the loop in three nights, though it could have easily been done in less. As always in the backcountry, it's easy to marvel at the trail systems we have access to, many people are not quite so lucky. What a luxury to put some food and gear into a backpack and walk into the hills. There's just something about them hills.

Lake Crescent. Always a beauty.
Matt and the Blazer.
The afternoon sun filters in through the old growth.
Luke, pitting his concentration against the mosquitos.
Fauna. Flora.
The trail offers bounty for the senses, soak it in.
The High Divide. Bogachiel Peak on the left.
Matt and his mat, having an afternoon slide.

Mount Olympus.
Max, Rafaela, Matt, and Luke.
Don't look down.
Sol Duc Falls.
Sol Duc River and a small tributary.
 Small campfire on the last night. Matt ponders the trail next to this luxury.

Thursday, August 23, 2012


Take a handful of pixels from a photo, blow them up, and put them next to the photo.

Friday, August 10, 2012


Sometimes the coast is warm. Most times it's not. Sometimes a ham sandwich tastes mighty fine.

Anthony, chowing down, February in Washington.

Thursday, August 2, 2012


Met up with these guys for some beer drinking. Without any coordination they show up wearing the same t-shirt, my King County Metro design. Cheers, fellas.

Austin, Steve, and Tomas.

Come say hi to me at Hempfest 2012, August 17, 18, 19, across the way from the Centennial Fishing Pier, under an umbrella. I'll be hanging with some special bus transfer T-shirts. They will be for sale.