The City of Sequim is home to the historic Railroad Bridge Park. This bridge was once part of a bustling railway that ran from Port Townsend to Port Angeles, and then west to connect with many logging railroads. The first train ran across this bridge in July, 1915, and was built by the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St Paul Railway, later called the Milwaukee Road. Most of the cargo that went across this bridge was timber… Read More
My family and I go to Scottsdale, AZ every year in March for Spring Training. If you’re not familiar with Spring Training, it’s preseason for the Major League Baseball teams. Half the league goes to Florida, (Grapefruit League) and the other half goes to Arizona (Cactus League). Anyway, enough about baseball. This year I wanted to head out and take some pictures of the red rocks in Sedona. It’s about a two… Read More
A few weeks ago I took a road trip with some friends to Leavenworth, WA to capture some fall colors. We weren’t disappointed. The fall foliage was beautiful along the river and through the town. If you haven’t been to Leavenworth, here is a little history. Leavenworth is a very small town that almost didn’t make it when the Great Northern Railway Company moved out of town in the 1930’s. After losing… Read More
This river is at the bottom of the Falls View Canyon Trail. From the parking lot to the bottom of the canyon is about 0.5 miles. This is a steep (10-20% grade) but well maintained trail. After reaching the bottom there is an easy 1 mile loop along the river.