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Lake Crescent Photos

November 28, 2016

Our last stop in Olympic National Park was Lake Crescent, a remarkably blue lake with some really neat things to see. I have two more photo albums to post from our Washington visit, both of which are really neat!

Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge Photos

November 25, 2016

Photos from our trip to Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge in Washington state have now been posted. I have three more photo albums from this vacation to post, which I hope to get to in the next week or so. Then I’ll be (nearly) caught up!

Rialto Beach Photos

November 21, 2016

Today’s photo album update comes from a trip to Rialto Beach, located on the western shore of the Olympic peninsula. This beach was a really neat place to walk, as the beach was made entirely of pebbles (there was virtually no sand anywhere). Though walking on the pebbles was tiring, the visit was totally worth it.

Hoh Rainforest Photos

November 20, 2016

I’ve posted album number three from our trip to Washington in September. This album details our visit to Hoh Rainforest, one of the rainiest places in all of the United States. It was a remarkably beautiful place.

Hurricane Ridge Photos

November 19, 2016

While on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state back in September, we visited Olympic National Park. One of our stops was at Hurricane Ridge, a popular spot for visitors to the park. The views from this portion of the park were spectacular, as these photos will attest.

Visit to Washington Photos

November 18, 2016

To inaugurate the launch of my new photo album software, I’ve just posted my first photo album from our trip to the state of Washington back in September. This is the first of 9 albums from this trip, and I’m excited to post these albums because we saw lots of cool stuff. Stay tuned for more!

Carvers Creek State Park

October 31, 2016

Back in September, my wife and I visited the newest state park in North Carolina, Carvers Creek. Located near Fayetteville, this state park is still in its infancy. It was a very popular place to hike, however, as we found it fairly crowded the day we visited. I’ve posted some photos from our visit.