Hiking the State of Washington on Boulder River Trail in Similitude 1-2
In this year of strangeness or as Jim Morrison sang about on the Album Strange Days, people are strange especially in times of chaos. On this damp Washington afternoon hiking in my Freestone Cutthroat Fishing Hoodie, fits just loose enough breathable and dries quick.
Forest Topography, seeing the forest through the trees
Several backpackers and backpacking families on the trail on this day
Heading up into the forest along Boulder River
Entering the Boulder River Wilderness
Looking up the mountain
Heading for more mile on the trail hiking in
Looking down at the Boulder River from the trail in Boulder River Trail Similitude 1-2
Glance back at Boulder River as we head down the trail or up, I am never quite sure
Starting another short climb, they all seem to be short on this trail
Another obstacle on the trail making the hike even more interesting
Washington State Hiking Trails
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