Having to sign a waiver form before entering an old dilapidated tunnel makes you think twice. While this tunnel on the Iron Horse trail does have a lot of fallen rocks and debris it was nothing a good bike lamp couldn’t handle. Don’t want to think about what “could” have happened…
Spent 6.5 hours on the Iron Horse trail yesterday (aka John Wayne trail) along the Yakima river in eastern Washington.
Not quite thistles but sticky and sharp nevertheless.
Fall is upon us yet again. But it brings majestic beauty with maple leaves taking on bright colors of red, orange, green and yellow.
This picture was taken in Redmond, WA, a few years back.
A small cottage, probably a former goat barn, with a vividly blue painted door, accompanied with blue chairs, blue flower pots and some old fishing equipment adorning the wall.
The image is taken at some friends’ house in Whidbey Island, Washington, USA.
Spring flowers and many shades of green at Butchart Gardens, Vancouver Island, Canada.
Summer yellow tulips.
Orange tulips in Skagit Valley.
Summer path leading down to Lake Crescent.