Friday, October 8, 2010

Camera Critters

For this weeks Camera Critters  I have a few more critters we saw while on vacation in Washington State. One is a deer we saw during our hike on the lakeshore trail in Stehekin also a few goats some we saw penned up in the town of Leavenworth and some goats we saw while hiking at Artist Point, Mt Baker. The goats were far away and looked like white spots until we saw them get up and they started moving around.

I am not sure but I believe this a mule deer

Leavenworth goats.. not so wild here. Tourists were feeding them and they loved being scratched.

Mt Baker..From a distance the goats looked like white rocks on the ground that is until they got up and walked away.

I love animals....any kind of animal and seeing them wild and in their own habitat is a real treat for me.

To enjoy more critters from all over click here: Camera Critters  Thanks to Misty Dawn for hosting and thank you for stopping by to see my critters.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Noonsack Falls

The Nooksack Falls is located a short distance off of the scenic Mt Baker Hwy. The Nooksack river flows thru a narrow valley and drops 88ft into the rocky river canyon.

These are my Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday thanks to both of the host 2sweetnsaxy and Susan. Also, thank you for stopping by to see my post.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Picture Lake, Mount Baker

After leaving the city of Leavenworth, we made our way back around the Cascade Loop to do the scenic Mount Baker Byway. One spot I had to see was the Picture Lake. A very popular place to take photos of Mt Shuksan's reflection. It was a little windy the day we were there so it was hard to get that perfect shot. But,  I was happy with the reflection scene and the pretty walk around the lake.
 The scenery around the Mount Baker byway is just gorgeous.

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To see more awesome reflections visit Jame's Weekend Reflections

I am also linking up with Scenic Sunday. Visit the Holleys Scenic Sunday
Thanks to James and the Holleys for hosting and thanks for visiting my reflections post.