Before and after of a bathroom we just finished. If anyone is wondering what that ramp is doing on the base it’s for wheelchair accessibility, we converted this home into an adult home so it was necessary.
Most parents say no to dessert for breakfast, but many children’s cereals have just as much sugar as a dessert or more. 🎂 A healthy, but still easy and low prep alternative is fresh fruit with homemade oatmeal. Foods with high fiber or protein will sustain your kid’s tummy until the next meal! 😋 #eatarainbow
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Swipe to see what we did with this kitchen!
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Casual humpback whale breaching. 📷 c/o Mama Coates!
We’ve always had a soft spot for @rogueales as one of the pioneering brewers in Oregon, and we try to pay our dues. Today, it’s the well known “Dead Guy Ale” (6.8% ABV) Maibock Ale we’re sipping on. But...where did the 7 hop IPA go guys?!😢🍻💀☠️ Cheers!
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Another one bites the dust 🍷 Blue sky Pinot pressing is just the best!
Day 3 of our Olympic National Park hiking tour and photography workshop with @michaelmatti did not disappoint!
After our 5:30 AM team breakfast, we departed for the Hoh Rain Forest from Port Angeles. With recent heavy rain, the Hall of Mosses were a beautiful blend of vibrant green moss and shiny gold maple leaves. Then the largest bull Roosevelt Elk we have seen during an Olympic Hiking Co. tour made an appearance! Check out this beauty!
After snapping hundreds of photos of this grazing giant (from a safe distance), we had an amazing day with the return on sunshine beach hopping to Kalaloch, Ruby Beach, First Beach, and of course to Second Beach for a sunset and beach fire.
If you’re interested in attending a future workshop, please send us a message! #hikeolympic
Close-to-town trails are full of seasonal magic.
📸Photo by trip reporter Tiger Hiking from Whatcom Falls Park
📍Land of the Nooksack and Puget Sound Salish people
📸Photo by trip reporter @lpick10 from McLane Creek
📍Land of the Cowlitz, Nisqually and Puget Sound Salish people
📸Photo by trip reporter ZhuckYu from Sauer's Mountain
📍Land of the Wenatchi and Yakama people