Category Archive: Waterfalls

Feb 05

Portland and the Columbia River Gorge : Podcast 30

  We made a visit to Portland, but due to time, weren’t able to see as much as we would have liked.  We make some quick visits to a couple of sites downtown and then spent the following day exploring the Columbia River Gorge.

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Jul 10

Waterfalls of Silver Falls State Park

On our way from Ashland to Portland, we took a couple of side trips, one to the Oregon Vortex and the other to Silver Falls State Park, where we spent an entire day.  What a place!  We had no idea that there were soooo many waterfalls in Oregon, and that was evident during the day …

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Nov 24

Olympic National Park : Podcast 18

Sue and Scott visited a fabulous place, Olympic National Park. We had no idea what a unique and beautiful place this was going to be. We talk about our visit to the mountain, forest, coastal, and rain forest areas of this park. It was a wonderful place and we had a great time. We hope you enjoy listening to us discuss our visit to Olympic National Park.

Oct 31

Niagara Springs

I will just say that we were astonished at the amount of water that was coming right out of the side of the canyon wall.  We’ve posted about other places in the Thousand Springs State Park (Malad Gorge, Thousand Springs Scenic Byway), and this is the last one that we visited.  And it was amazing.  Stunning. …

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Jul 18

Glacier National Park : Podcast 12

In this episode, Sue and I talk about a visit that we made to one of my favorite places: Glacier National Park. In the last episode of our podcast, we talked about the beautiful scenery of Waterton Lakes National Park. Glacier National Park is the United States portion of the Wateron-Glacier International Peace Park and a gorgeous place to visit.

Jul 16

Waterton Lakes National Park

Last summer, we had the opportunity to visit a beautiful park, Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada.  Oh.  my. goodness.  It was gorgeous.  We were staying in Cardston, but made several day trips over to the Waterton area.  The Waterton lakes are gorgeous, the Waterton Town is nice, and the park is full of …

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Jun 04

Northern Cascades : Northwest Trip Day 4

After spending the morning and early afternoon with family, Sue and I took off for the Seattle area.  We had several choices for routes, but we decided to drive Highway 20 through the Northern Cascades.  The roads were recently opened and the scenery definitely did not disappoint!  I love driving through areas like that, with …

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Jan 18

Thousand Springs Scenic Byway – Idaho

A couple of years ago, Sue and I took a trip to Idaho, one of those trips where we really didn’t figure out ahead of time where we were going to go.  We just kind of took it as it came and decided on the fly what to go see.  We ended up in Twin …

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Nov 02

Yellowstone National Park – Mammoth Hot Springs

In 2012, we visited Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park.  By the time we got there and ran to the visitors center, we only had about 20 minutes to explore before we had to head back to West Yellowstone for a previous appointment.  It looked pretty awesome and we were definitely disappointed.  So we …

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Oct 26

Yellowstone National Park – Waterfalls

One of the things that almost always draws our attention is waterfalls.  Sue loves them and so we always stop to take a look, even if it requires a short hike.  Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park are full of waterfalls, some of them spectacular.   Last year and this year, we took time …

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