As one of our last stops before returning home, we visited Staircase Campground located at the north end of Lake Cushman, a 4,010-acre lake and reservoir on the north fork of the Skokomish River in Mason County, Washington.
In this video, we provide a basic tour of the grounds, including RV access, water access, river access, fishing access and National Park Access
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Rye was carried to the Americas by British and Dutch settlers. Today, rye is now harder and harder to find as American’s have generally lost the taste for this hardy cereal, today preferring a lot more ready-made whole wheat grains in abundance on market cabinets. This post describes rye’s history and the practice of grain threshing.
From the Olympic National Forest we find ourselves learning about creation and the naturally occurring forest guilds along with their natural progression towards sustainable self reliance.
With this video I take a mini adventure into the Cascades on opening day (2016) of the North Cascades Highway. I snowshoe to the Washington Pass Overlook right at the tail-end of an avalanche.