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Riding the Iron Horse Trail

By / April 29, 2014

I took 90 pictures on Sunday’s hike along a converted railway line, so this post will be largely photo based. The appropriately named Iron Horse Trail travels through (and under) the Cascades and ends in Eastern Washington.  In my research I learned there is a 2.3 mile long tunnel under Snoqualmie Pass that you can […]


Surprises on Squak Mountain

By / April 24, 2014

A few weekends ago one of my old roommates from Bellingham came down to visit the Kirkland area and we decided to hike up Squak Mountain in the Issaquah Alps.  This marks the fourth of five main mountains I have now gone hiked on/around in the range, but after making it to the top I […]


On the unexpected…

By / April 18, 2014

You never know what you might stumble upon, even in normal everyday activities.  That is the main reason I almost always have a camera on my person.  Today my dad was in Seattle giving a talk at the University of Washington about geothermal energy.  I left work early to make it there on time, but as […]


On Opening Day…

By / April 5, 2014

The MLB season opened last week, so I thought I’d share some pictures I took at the last professional game I attended.  Baseball was the first sport I fell in love with as a child, and is still dear to me today even if other sports (soccer) have since passed it as my favourite.  Some […]


Photo of the Month: March 2014

By / April 1, 2014

It seems to be getting harder and harder to pick what photo I like the best from each month (which I suppose is a good thing).  This months competition came from the small cascades on the Teneriffe Falls hike and a burned out hulk of a tree seen along the Squak Mountain trail.   I just […]