Olympic National Park protects over 73 miles of the some of the most primitive natural coastline in the 48 contiguous United States. The views of ocean, cliffs, headlands, islands and seastacks, coupled with the dramatic changing sea, provide a unique wilderness experience. Most of the coast can only be accessed by foot. Rialto Beach and Kalaloch beaches are accessible by road || Beautiful photo taken by @benmarar || Join us in exploring the Upper Left by tagging your adventures to #upperleftliving || #olympicnationalpark#westcoast#sunset
Haystack Rock is one of Oregon’s most recognizable landmarks, home to colorful tidepools and diverse bird life. It rises 235 feet from the edge of the shoreline. At low tide, you can walk right up to it and find colorful sea stars and other fascinating tidepool creatures in its intertidal area. Puffins can be observed on Haystack Rock from early spring to mid-summer, offering the most accessible viewing of Tufted Puffins in the Northwest. Many other varieties of birds can also be seen, making it a great bird watching location year-round. It’s part of the Oregon Coast’s geological history, formed millions of years ago by lava flows that created many of the dramatic capes and headlands on the Oregon Coast. Haystack Rock is part of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge and is a State protected marine environment || Amazing photo taken by @sethtbuck || Join us in exploring the Upper Left by tagging your adventures to #upperleftliving || #haystackrock#cannonbeach#oregoncoast
The Space Needle is an observation tower in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is landmark of the Pacific Northwest and an icon of Seattle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the 1962 World's Fair, which drew over 2.3 million visitors. Nearly 20,000 people a day used its elevators during the event || Wonderful photo taken by @ryanditchphoto || Join us in exploring the Upper Left by tagging your adventures to #upperleftliving || #spaceneedle#seattle#seattlephotographer
Turns out I’m not very good at posting often.. so much happiness in my life from a beautiful wife, hiking, paddle boarding, dirt biking, a puppy, traveling, exploring and living life to the fullest. #deltalake#packsaddle#idaho#Missouri#Colorado
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CRATERS OF THE MOON - ergens in Idaho, vlakbij het plaatsje Arco ligt Craters of the Moon National monument & preserve. Deze plek staat misschien niet in je top 5 lijstje met plekken in Amerika waar je geweest wil zijn, maar wij hadden hem niet willen missen! Wat je hier ziet zijn hectaren vol met lavagesteente. Van een afstandje lijkt het op modder of een maandlandschap (vandaar de naam natuurlijk) maar als je dichterbij komt zijn het brokkelige rotsen, grotten en stijle bergen om te beklimmen. Zo indrukwekkend. Baby in de draagzak en gaan!
Here's another example of a vehicle that's far more practical than the cayennes and BMW x series SUVs y'all yuppies are driving around.
Notice the easy access battery, and liberal use of ratchet strap?
The rednecks and hillbillys haven't quite caught on to mud flap trend yet, so keep an eye on those fancy grills and expensive windshields. Wouldn't want you to get a rock chip.
A quick tb from the 90's in our 3rd grade play as, Cinderella. My Dad and Grandma took tons of pictures of course, but my Dad also kept the play lineup when they chose me to play the princess, and the classes play lines!💙👑✨
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With clear blue skies back; the kids and I are so excited to be at the lake, our day one spot with our family of four. Plus other water adventures💙✨
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The kids loved running into Cinderella at the Capital today, and had an eventful day in Downtown💙👑✨
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2019 Can Cost You Ten's of Thousands "I'll hold off on buying a home until next year." If you've thought of purchasing a home, but don't want to deal with the process now, you've probably had this thought cross your mind a time or two.
A pretty common tendency is to put off things on our to-do list, especially the ones that seem like a lot of work.
But would you hold off the task if I told you that waiting could make a difference of tens of thousands of dollars?
Meaning it could cost you a $10,000-$50,000 (or more) difference to get the home you want today in 2019's market.
It is anticipated by the national historical trend report that homes are on the rise by over 5% each year.
That house you've been eyeing online listed for $225,000 could be listed next year for $236,250.
That is over $10,000 more just for waiting until 2020.
This isn't even bringing into question the rising APR rates for mortgages that can increase your monthly payment amount on a home pretty significantly as well.
I get it, the home buying process can seem pretty intimidating.
But with me as your local real estate professional on your side, it can actually go pretty smoothly.
Let's get in touch at 509.990.7698.
It won't hurt to connect you with a preferred lender and run the numbers through to see what you qualify for.
The right time is always right now, and I want to help you save the money you deserve to keep by avoiding the wait.