Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Join us as we hike up Deer Mountain at our first port, Ketchikan, Alaska on our Alaskan cruise to celebrate my parents 50th Wedding Anniversary. Subscribe to see the second part of the video where we reach snow, finish the hike and return by walking through Ketchikan.

via IFTTT

Advertisements

We drive back over the mountains over White pass and find the Pacific Crest Trail crossing, covered in snow, beautiful snow-capped mountains, creeks and lakes, and Elk!

via IFTTT

After visiting my Great Aunt in Ellensburg, we headed south to East Pass over the Cascade Moutains. On the way there we found a great place to stop and have lunch, and it also happened to have a trail in the Oak Creek Wilderness Area. My Dad and I headed across the street to walk on the trail next to a roaring, crystal clear creek, towering volcanic cliffs and beautiful desert wildflowers. Come hiking with us, and subscribe to see more Washington mountains and Alaska hiking!

via IFTTT

We spent our first week in Washington, visiting family and seeing the beautiful scenery. As we travelled over Snoqualmie Pass and the Cascade Mountains to visit my Great Aunt in Ellensburg, we saw Snoqualmie Falls, the Pacific Crest Trail Crossing, and Snow!

via IFTTT

This is the first video of our vacation to explore Washington and take an Alaskan Cruise, both of which were awesome! Unfortunately we had a rocky start the first day when our 7 hour flight turned to 23 hours!

via IFTTT

Part 3 of our Mousetail Landing backpacking adventure. We lose the trail again! Also see an unusual rocky bald top for western tennessee and the brand new bridge wiped out by flash flooding. Come hiking with us!

via IFTTT

The second of our Mousetail Landing State Park videos, we arrive at the backpackers campsite (shelter #2) set on a cliff, overlooking the Tennessee River. I have decided that this is the prettiest campsite in Western Tennessee. Beautiful weather and beautiful scenery. We saw several different kinds of barges going up and down the river and a beautiful sunset. It was beautifully surreal!

Part 3 coming soon where we lose the trail on our hike back and check out shelter #1.

via IFTTT