June 30, 2014
Spring in the Northwest
The gap between sunny days shortened. Daylights savings came and passed without incident as spring finally a rived in the Pacific North West. Passing the time before summer, I bounced between the coast and mountains. Here are a collection of photos shot from March to the end of May in Washington and Oregon.
Hollowing out a Doug Fir.
Howling at the moon.
Cherry Blossoms in South East Portland.
A double rainbow at The Cinder Cone.
Volvo 240’s kick ass.
Slicing up a home grown turkey.
Nick Dirks, Scotty Wittlake and Alex Burton lounging at Pacific City.
Early spring in the Gorge.
Waking up by covered in dew.
Parked on the 101.
Frying up some potatoes.
Showing Tucker Cape Horn
Downing a Doug Fir by hand.
Dean and Marie’s bacon pigs.
Lucy look out towards Manzanita.
Ned trimming the beams for the decking of the tub.
Ned and Alex tending to the wood burning tub’s fires.
Scotty Witlake’s 4×4 Chinook Camper on the Oregon Coast.
Looking up the mouth of the Klickitat River from Mosier, Oregon.
For more photos from this time check out, thecindercone.com, a tumblr I started to document the building of two tree houses and a skatepark on a hill top in the Columbia River Gorge.
Here are some more links,