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  1. #476
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

  2. #477
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    Took a little trip from the Maltby Cafe to the Bear Creek country club last night.

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    Cool thread
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    Results of the annual larch march









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    Was in the Enchantments yesterday (with 1000 of my closest friends) for some Larch Madness. Crowds were absolutely insane. Still able to find some solitude if you got away from the main trails/lakes.

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    Wife and I hiked to Lake Valhalla on Friday. I'd never been there before. Really pretty and fairly easy hike just a few miles from Stevens Pass. We started from the Smithbrook trailhead and that made for about a seven mile hike. There's even a small sandy beach at the lake. Awesome hike for dogs!
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  8. #483
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    I was trying to kill a deer but all I found was these mediocre views. I'll call it a win since I didn't see anyone in 3 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_B View Post
    I was trying to kill a deer but all I found was these mediocre views. I'll call it a win since I didn't see anyone in 3 days.
    Nice Larch!
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  10. #485
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    Quote Originally Posted by waveshello View Post
    Results of the annual larch march









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    good shots man
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

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    “I have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.”

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    365 Things to do in Washington State

    #273 - Plan a fall road trip along the White Pass Scenic Byway. This route offers a tri-mountain panorama! Mt. Rainier, Mount St. Helens and Mt. Adams are accessible and there is still time this season to explore. Read our feature story here
    (Photo via Beautiful Washington)



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    It's razor clam season!

    Ocean Shores, Washington

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    365 Things To Do In Washington State

    #284 - Experience the The Haunting of Coupeville - a month long fright-fest in and around the city of Coupeville on Whidbey Island. During the month of October, scarecrows, scary barns, fields, and even Fort Casey are participating to "amp-up" your fear factor. The 1998 hit movie Practical Magic was filmed in this charming, historic seaport and will be showing on multiple days this month to celebrate the season! (Photo via GoWhidbeyCamanoIslands)



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  15. #490
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    The house they lived in was only a shell built on San Juan Island just for the movie, after they finished filming they had to tear down the house and restore the park back to it's original condition.

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    365 Things To Do In Washington State

    #283 - Enter to win a culinary experience and more! Our curated giveaway includes hands-on tamale making at James Beard Award Winning restaurant Los Hernandez Tamales. Click the link in the comments section below for details on this fab giveaway.
    Union Gap, WA + Yakima Valley

    Sweepstakes ends October 31, 2021. Must be able to visit by March 2022. Drawing will be held the first week of November 2021. Travel dates dependent upon availability.



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  17. #492
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    365 Things To Do In Washington State

    #283 - Enter to win a culinary experience and more! Our curated giveaway includes hands-on tamale making at James Beard Award Winning restaurant Los Hernandez Tamales. Click the link in the comments section below for details on this fab giveaway.
    Union Gap, WA + Yakima Valley

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    The Chevron station at the top of Snoqualmie Pass has some pretty good homemade tamales but you have to ask the cashier, there’s pork, chicken and pepper jack with red or green sauce
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    In 2007 I was traveling back to Washington from a 2 week excursion through northeastern Washington, into BC, Alberta (Waterton Lakes Provincial Park), Montana (Glacier National Park), Idaho and Oregon one late afternoon in September. Descending out of the Blues on Hwy 204 the valley lay out before me with its seemingly endless wheat fields glowing in the setting sun like polished gold. It was an incredible sight, breathtakingly beautiful and one I have never forgotten. It was this view that made me fall in love with the area I now call home and every year at wheat harvest I get to relive it again.

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    #288 - A magnificent sunset in southeast Washington. There is something special about a lonely road through that post-wheat-harvest golden glow near Walla Walla. (Photo by IG user: @flerish via Discover Walla Walla)

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    The road to Snoqualmie Pass, 1928.
    This is now I-90, West of the Pass.

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  20. #495
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    The road to Snoqualmie Pass, 1928.
    This is now I-90, West of the Pass.

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    Dude is out of his car blocking the right lane.


    Fucking WA drivers!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Dude is out of his car blocking the right lane.


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    He’s camping in the eastbound lane, that is both directions of the highway then
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoqpass View Post
    He’s camping in the eastbound lane, that is both directions of the highway then
    Probably a Subaru.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Probably a Subaru.


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    Or a Prius

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    The road to Snoqualmie Pass, 1928.
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    Avalanches or remnants of a fuckload of dynamite used to put in that bench cut? those trees looks straight brutalized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by californiagrown View Post
    Avalanches or remnants of a fuckload of dynamite used to put in that bench cut? those trees looks straight brutalized.
    In 1854, the United States Government began scouting the Cascades for railroad routes and wagon trails. In 1865, construction started on a wagon road on the west side of the pass to lure settlers to Seattle. But on the east side, just a trail existed and settlers often used rafts and barges to cross Lake Keechelus. Finally by 1867, the wagon road stretched from Seattle to Ellensburg. In 1884, a toll was placed on the road to help pay for its maintenance. By 1905, harsh winters and flooding forced settlers to rebuild the road several times to provide a safer and passable road.

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