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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by nwgs, Jul 14, 2008.
Someone said something about "social distancing",
and it gave me the perfect excuse to lose myself in the furthest reaches of Northwest Washington State!
Nobody home here...
I can see my house though...
Wow, the tulips are out already? Totally missed it this year!
Cowabunga from 3500 feet. Sorry, not sorry
Niiice! Where is it?
We got this.
Be sure to share with LB.....I'm at around 2000 elv...My daffy's just came up last week..Last night it got down to 28*..not good for my posies...I keep trying tho..
The Hummers love real flowers.....Zooooom..duck!
Still a bit too early...
But the melt off is going well.
I camped at Iron Creek campground 2 summers ago, swell campground....The road was really done a deal by mother nature for sure....
The road and the challenge it presents, is perfect for dirtbikes and dualsports but does present a real unwanted challenge to streetbikes and most cars and trucks. The frost heaves have opened up cracks and caused many sections to fall away to the height of a std curb...not exactly easy to navigate through within the shadows that are caused by the overhead trees. Spray paint is marking some of the worse ones and somebody threw a little fill into some of the others but mother nature is on the loose again and the road is constantly changing.
Killer lighting on this photo. Since I don't know where you live where was this taken?
Thank you! It was taken in Tacoma, near the intersection of 6th and Sprague.
Echos of Lee Friedlander's streetscapes. Nice work! dd
Brokein2, is the road open from Cougar to Randle ?