Yeargin's PhotoBlog

One of the biggest tourist attractions outside of the Space Needle, Pike's Market, and Pioneer square is Snoqualmie Falls. The gorgeous 300 foot waterfall…

From the trailhead, the old, simple fire lookout is nothing more than a white dot. When you approach it from the steep ending of the 3.2 mile trail with 1400…

My national parks pass has been the best purchase of 2015. Today, I utilized the pass to visit the Grove of the Patriarchs in Mount Rainier National Park. I…

Lake 22, a simple hike at 5.4 miles round trip with only 1350 ft. of climbing, was a great recovery from my Saturday of pain and expansive views. The trail was…

Mount Ellinor is the farthest southeast peak in the olympics. It is also famous for mountain goats, however I saw none in the entire duration of my visit. A…

We found the deer in Olympic National Park. They must be used to people, because they didn't seem to mind me. The peacock, bear, and roosevelt elk were all in…

The trip to Victoria is a relatively short ferry ride from Seattle. A vacation was needed and taken. The Butchart Gardens, Parliament, and the Empress hotel…

I haven't been very good at the blog part of my photoblog lately, but I will at least tell you where these were taken. 1 and 3 - Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge…

July 4th is our favorite holiday. Usually, we go to Williamsburg or Washington, D.C., but this year Tacoma had the nearest fireworks show. To me, there's a…

Work rotation. One year near (one hour away from) Seattle. Many pictures will follow in this series. Hopefully the series gets interrupted by awesome hikes,…

I go to Williamsburg, VA many times a year. I always bring a camera. Here are a few from the most recent walk-through

Sharks, Coral, Rays, and Conchs were some of the highlights of the trip, but I loved sitting on our deck and watching the fish feed every morning at sunrise.
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