It’s been almost 3 months since I’ve posted here so it’s time again to share what I’ve been up to. The warmer and less rainy weather in Spring meant more opportunities to go hiking and enjoy the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. Here are some photo highlights of my adventures through spring of 2019.
As the weather warms up during the spring, the snow melts off of the mountains which opens up a lot more hiking opportunities. I managed to hit a few of the popular trails around the area, but there are still many more to go. I’m mostly doing the easy to moderate ones, to build myself up before tackling the strenuous trails on the list. Here are some photo highlights:
Spring bring is the season for flowers, and I saw some beautiful blossoms as well.
In addition to all the outdoors and hiking, I had fun attending sporting and community events around the Seattle Area.
Finally, on a weekend back in the Vancouver area, I visited my alma mater UBC. It’s the first time I’ve stepped foot on the UBC campus since graduating 9 years ago. Time sure flies. There are a few new buildings on campus and the campus bookstore got an upgrade, but the campus largely still looks the way I remembered it.
That’s all for now. Things have been going pretty well for me in my new life in the Puget Sound. I should probably make a habit of writing these posts a bit more often haha. Until next time.
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