The northernmost corner of the Continuous United States. What a beautiful, exotic place. Wet, misty, temperate rain forest. Lush, deep, dark green. Cedar and spruce. It’s a magical place.
Tag: Pacific Northwest
August 29: Devil’s Club
Devil’s Club has huge leaves! Not fun to hike through a thicket of this stuff. It’s nasty, spiny stuff. I’ve seen it rip holes in people’s pants and shirts. They don’t call it Devil’s Club for nothing. This is on the approach trail to Cape … Continue reading August 29: Devil’s Club
August 27: Pocked Stone at Beach 4
Water drip erosion? Gas bubbles in volcanic rock? I’m no geologist, but I know a good looking rock when I see one.
August 27: That Bridge at Beach 4 Again
The access bridge to Beach 4 from Hwy 101, thick in fog.
August 27: Bridge to Beach 4
It mercifully rained yesterday. There are a lot of fires in British Columbia. There are fires in Washington, Oregon, and California too, but there are especially a lot in BC. It seems to be the new normal as global warming accelerates. The rain (and a … Continue reading August 27: Bridge to Beach 4