Nature, photography

Mountains Aren’t Just for Climbing

Sometimes coming down the mountain is just as fun. Spring skiing on Mt. Spokane provided these crisp scenes.

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Pine River Park Makes a Promise of Spring

The groundhog might set the date, but sunshine on snow makes the promise that binds. Spring is just around the corner.

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Nature, photography, travel

A Spectacular Afternoon on Pine Bluff.

Sunny skies and mild temps, after a healthy snowfall, combine for a delightful afternoon adventure.

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Nature, photography, travel, writing

A Blue-tiful day on Mt. Spokane.

A sunny late winter day provides a spectacular snowshoeing adventure.

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Christmas 2020

Merry Christmas to the entire E.B.M. family of friends and visitors. Have a happy holiday.

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Nature, photography

Feryn in Snow

A light snow powdered the prairie surrounding Feryn Ranch Conservation Area today.

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Dressed in White – Drumheller Overlook and Columbia N.W.R.

The last flurries of winter still drape over the coulees of central Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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March? Snow end in sight.

With our second snowiest February butting up against a freezer-box March, it doesn’t appear a spring thaw is coming to the Inland Northwest any time soon.

 

With our second snowiest and fifth coldest February on record, the winter just won’t let up. Here’s our latest adventure in white.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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