It’s been a very long time since I shared for my Friday Fun Page!
So why not today!
We are in the Pacific Northwest having family fun… and it’s Sammamish, WA. to be exact.
When the kids are at school… we get out and play! First off a Nature Walk! The trees are colorful and the leaves are falling.
The Trees, consisting mostly of Cedars, Pines, Cypresses, Big Leaf Maples and Cottonwoods are quite large and they create the Rainforest Canopy.
Moss covers many trees and ferns are all over this rainforest floor!
The trees are TALL!
Black Berries grow almost everywhere! Of course they are finished but I found a few still trying to ripen.
We did get out and saw this as we headed to the grocery store. Where we live in Arizona and Pennsylvania… we do not have Charging Stations for cars. Sweet Man decided to get All Charged Up! 😁
We tried getting down to Lake Sammamish but there are so many private properties this is as close as we could get. Supposedly there is a parking lot and an area that we can get closer. It’s a long gorgeous lake and we will try again.
After a few lovely evenings with family we set out and explored again. We went to Snoqualmie first to look at the Snoqualmie Falls. But this is what we saw when we got there.
It was early morning and we knew if we returned later in the day the sun would help with the fog and heavy mist.
We went further down stream of the Snoqualmie River. It was beautiful!
Right outside of Snoqualmie is Mt. Si of the Cascade Range. It has an elevation of 4100 ft.
The Cascade Range welcomes you as you come into Snoqualmie. Mt. Rainer was peeking above the Range!
After eating a darn good lunch at Roadhouse Inn …in a neighboring town, of Falls City. We decided to see if the Falls could be seen. The mist near the front of the park had us quite skeptical.
Then we saw them…
They were a beautiful sight! And quite powerful. It’s 268 ft. tall. It’s a popular tourist attraction and is also remembered appearing in the television show Twin Peaks.
The Snoqualmie Falls is a hydroelectric project ran by Puget Sound Energy. There is an underground hydroelectric power plant and an above ground power plant as well on the property. They supply electric for the region.
The mist was creating a beautiful backdrop for some fun captures!
Enjoy the video of the falls and Happy Friday!
Thank You for joining me for Friday Fun!
Until Next Time ~Nancy