Among us, we had a lot of fruit, muffins, cookies, soda, beer, and even some vegetables!
Ginny and Ian explored the swimming hole while others waded or generally enjoyed the peaceful setting.
We got what we came for with the trail: solitude. It was made even more pleasant by flat meandering along the river. The trail could be difficult to follow at times, either due to blowdown or lack of trail markers but it is navigable with a GPS or by looking around long enough. The four of us agreed that late fall or early spring would probably the ideal time to do this trail due to overgrowth. We may be back!
I was scheduled to go to Seattle for a work trip, so I reached out to Max (Yet) and Doug Ide, the local DCUL-ers, for route suggestions. They both ended up being free those days, so we soon put together a route for the 3 of us. Despite having both lived in Seattle for years,... Continue Reading →