First things first. Spending some time in the woods as soon as we left the airport.
The Columbia River.
Quick hike up to the top of Beacon Rock. The series of bridges that trail to the summit were completed in 1918 by Henry J. Biddle. It’s a pretty rad contrast of design and nature that is almost as impressive as the view itself.
…almost as impressive as the view itself.
Nice to see that winter is alive and well in Washington.
Summit at Snoqualmie in between Summit Central and Summit West.
Nighttime session in a secret zone at Snoqualmie West.
Back in Portland rollin’ with the cool kids.
Salt and Straw.
Hawt Ho Strip.
Next time you find yourself in Portland make sure you visit Lardo at 1212 SE Hawthorne. Easily some of the best food that we ate the entire trip. Travis and Paul give it two thumbs up.
Driving to Mt Hood Meadows and it doesn’t look too promising.
Since we got rained out we decided to go to a park and drink Rainiers in the parking lot.
Disk golf not in a disk golf course.
Year Around Vacation Land.
Mt Hood Meadows attempt number 2.
Halfway there and still looking pretty wet.
Then it decided to snow.
Right before they turned on the lights and it started dumping.
Travis product testing V.1
Travis product testing V.2
And then we got exactly what we came up here for.