Category Archives: NW Snapshots

Random photos of the Pacific NW.

NW Snapshots: Old Olympia Brewery

What’s that aging brick building perched, tantalizingly out of reach, on the eastern shore of Capitol Lake? Ask any of the locals in Tumwater, WA. The “old” Olympia Brewery built in 1906 has been a local icon for decades. Once … Continue reading

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NW Snapshots: Victorian Amenities at Fort Worden

I love big, beautiful, Victorian-era houses. They usually have so much more architectural detail than homes built today. So you can imagine my delight when I stumbled across this little beauty in the dining room of a house used by officers at Fort Worden near Port Townsend, WA. Continue reading

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NW Snapshots: Cold Water Spring

  9/11/2012.  We stumbled upon this cold water spring while traveling along a forest service road in northern Oregon.  How many years has water been burbling down into the catch basin?  Difficult to say.  There were no signs posted on site … 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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