Monthly Archives: February 2012

Beneath Cold Seas

Beneath Cold Seas by award-winning photographer David Hall is an awe-inspiring look at the incredible diversity of life that exists beneath the surface of the Northwest’s gray-green ocean. The photos are hauntingly beautiful, but it’s the range of color that’s so striking. The bright oranges, lemon yellows, royal blues, crimson reds, and deep rich purples found in the deep. Continue reading

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Spokane’s Flour Mill

The old Flour Mill sits on the north bank of the river in downtown Spokane, WA. Built in 1895, remnants of its working past are still visible everywhere. Inside its brick walls today is a maze of corridors, ramps, and stairways leading to an eclectic blend of shops and businesses that are tucked into every little nook and cranny. Continue reading

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Pulpit Rock

Pulpit Rock once stood on a hillside surrounded by nothing but scrub brush and pine trees. In the late 1800’s, this oddly shaped rock was actually used as a pulpit by Methodist missionaries near The Dalles, OR. Continue reading

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Tolt Pipeline Trail

The Tolt Pipeline Trail near Woodinville, WA, is well-maintained and enjoyed by hikers, mountain bikers, dog-walkers, and equestrians alike. Continue reading

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NW Snapshots: Mule Deer Grazing

I’m always amazed at the abundance of wildlife here in the Pacific NW. We recently saw a mule deer step out from the trees and start grazing just a few feet away from us. Continue reading

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