A photo from after the wedding: a view from a very special hike in our memories.
After 6 years & 1 month of being together, we made it official 09/03/2010! Here’s to more grand adventures! ♥
Reflection of Mount Shuksan in Picture Lake, in the Cascade Range, WA
Nooksak Creek in the Cascade Range
Ouch. We have sore sore limbs & a bad sunburn. Well, husband has the bad sunburn… I just get more brown!
We hiked up Mount Rainier despite all the snow & fog. We also wanted to check out Mount Rainier Inn since renovations have finally concluded! I’ve never been there but husband’s godmother used to work there in the summers when she was in her girlhood. We decided to have a look at the renovations as well as see how far up we could hike Mount Rainier!
I imagine if we had proper climbing clothes, gear and more time, we would’ve attempted getting higher, but Anvil Rock was an excellent stopping point. Much, much higher than either of us expected.
My brother & I get our appreciation of nature from our parents, who for as long as I can remember, used to drag us on road trips to various mountains & waterfalls.
Today we got the family together & headed to Larrabee State Park! This was the first state park created in Washington & is situated right along the coast on Samish Bay, just 6 miles outside of Bellingham, WA.
One of my old family stomping ground is the Whidbey Island area. With my older brother leaving in just 2 months for basic training, we’re getting in as many family outings as possible. Today we found ourselves at Whidbey Island again, with a slight detour at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.
I’m really happy to be here. Can you tell?
On a lazy weekend, a few pals were over & we decided spur of the moment to visit the boardwalk in downtown Seattle. Naturally, we ended up at the aquarium.
Despite not being properly geared for the snow, we decided to trek all the way to Heather Lake, WA!