Up until 2008, our adventures were retained only as memories and on 35mm slides. While our memories may have faded (just a bit), the slides haven’t – and we have a lot of them. So we’re digitizing a select few to bring some of our past adventures into the 21st Century. The photos below are some of those old slides.Continue reading “Climbing the 16 Major Northwest Peaks (1996-2006)”
But I shall go down from this airy space,
this swift white peace, this stinging exultation.
And time will close about me,
and my soul stir to the rhythm of the daily round.
Yet, having known, life will not press so close,
and always I shall feel time ravel thin about me;
For once I stood
In the white windy presence of eternity.
Eunice Tietjens (1917)
Patrick Y. Wang (1977 – 2005)
Andrea “Andy” Basque (1963 – 2008)
Continue reading “Mountains (August 2017)”
I had a business meeting in Yakima, Washington and decided to squeeze in a hike of something on the way back to Portland, Oregon. I’d had Shriner Peak on the east side of Mount Rainier National Park on my list for a while and as it’s conveniently located just off Highway 12 between Yakima and Interstate-5, that’s where I headed.Continue reading “Shriner Peak (Mount Rainier National Park) 17-Jul-2013”