Frozen waterfall feeding into Snow Lake.
The sand dune formations were very unique on this day at White Bluffs North! No wind and full-on sunshine made for a delightful day in the dunes.
I couldn't get enough of the pretty patterns and ripples in the sand at White Bluffs North.
Is there not a better sign of spring along the trail than our native currant? This one has a pale pink flower instead of the darker color.
The Arboretum, no better place to do an urban hike, lots of trails, lots of flowers.
We climbed a spur ridge on the east end of Bethel Ridge off of Highway 12. We found sun, snow and spectacular views!
Perhaps Mike Rowe should come profile WTA volunteers. A turnpike takes shape on the Fragrance Lake trail, one bucketful of mineral soil at a time.
The water emptying out of Goat Lake flows over several beautiful waterfalls. The falls pictured here are right below the lake.
This picture was taken on a quiet day at Lake 22. I liked the way the reflection of the trees mimicked the shape of the rock.
Intrepid hikers strike out across Snow Lake, apparently not worried about falling through (note several bunched together to add to the excitement).
Mount Forgotten, Mount Pugh, Glacier Peak
There are always cool clouds reflected in this favorite pond along the Yakima Greenway trail.
My pups first hike!
A gray and rainy Thompson Lake
The weather was a light-switch that a child kept turning for fun. In between, it gave me this.
Snow Mountain Ranch is full of color and more to come.