Travelin’ ! PNW Sojourn for WildSnow


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Visiting Bellingham, Washington today, off to Seattle in a few hours. Moist dense air of the sea level maritime lands feels good after a winter of desiccated Colorado atmosphere searing our lungs like a cold fusion meltdown. Plan is to attempt some skiing after we attend to some college related matters, mainly diving into the world of the half-crazy and all talented designers of the Western Washington University ID program. Something going on in Seattle related to that, might be worthy of photographic fooling around. Meanwhile, enjoy your weekend all WildSnowers!

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3 Responses to “Travelin’ ! PNW Sojourn for WildSnow”

  1. Charlie May 31st, 2013 6:36 pm

    You win!

    .SUNDAY NIGHT…MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
    CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.
    .MONDAY…SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.
    .MONDAY NIGHT…MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11500 FEET.
    .TUESDAY…SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
    .TUESDAY NIGHT…MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 13000 FEET.
    .WEDNESDAY…SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 13000 FEET.
    .WEDNESDAY NIGHT…MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
    .THURSDAY…SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 13000 FEET.

  2. Drew Tabke June 1st, 2013 11:11 am

    Welcome to Washington! Nice timing with the forecasts. Though I imagine bailing on what looked like superb skiing in Colorado was a little tough. Bon schuss!

  3. Lou Dawson June 1st, 2013 12:05 pm

    Indeed, I was a bit bummed to be leaving the last weeks of what has turned out to be a good Colorado spring at the higher elevations. We had to come up here to a school event. Was the right thing to do, but next year I’m trying for better timing!

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