I imagine Seaside Oregon is usually way prettier than it was when my friends and I were visiting. Seaside was the second part of our road trip. The Smoke from the fires that were happening made the area have an overcast and was slightly foggy. but just like in Spokane we didn’t let that get in our way; we didn’t come this far just to … Continue reading Seaside Oregon
As I went to the Spokane airport to pick up my friends whom I haven’t seen in a year since moving to idaho. The smoke from the fires all across the northwest made the whole sky foggy, but we didn’t let that ruin our night. This was the first night of a 9 day road trip across the northwest. In spokane we were only supposed … Continue reading A night in Spokane
Over the weekend, I finally decided to get out of town. I went to go check out Palouse fall State park .Not going to lie this park was a little secluded. The dirt road that the park was off on had me questioning if I was going the right way. So the park whole thing is the giant waterfall, Palouse falls. As a water fall … Continue reading Palouse falls
I have been hearing a lot about the trails at Hells gate state park. I have been to the park before and its overall pretty decent in my eyes, but I have never been on the trails. I did some research before and was pleased to see there was a map with everything clearly explained. The trails can be used for walking, running, biking, and horseback riding. Today I only walked the easy street, sundown and half of the Billy trail. My first impression was good, … Continue reading First impression of Hell gate SP trails.
Today I’ll be talking about volunteering for the national parks and how to do it. As the world is slowly opening it may be a good time to starting thinking about volunteering. First off, today I will be talking about American parks, I don’t know how it works or if it is available for other countries. While I will be talking about my personal experiences with … Continue reading Volunteering with National parks
After a rainy couple of days, it was finally sunny, so much it blinded me a little. Today seem like the perfect day to try geocaching, a friend recommended it to me. Basically, you download this app and it will tell you general location of hidden cache people have hidden. I thought I would try Afterall it was a nice day just to take a walk anyways. I click on the map and found the closes cache to me; it wasn’t too far right in the downtown. The description explain that … Continue reading My First Geocache
Today I decided to get out of the house. Admittedly not the best day, no thanks to the overcast and drizzle of rain. Now I went out with no objective or something to do just went out to explore. So, I ended up Near Little goose dam at Tucannon HMU. Tucannon HMU is a Habitat Management unit that’s operated by USACE located on the Tucannon river. You can fish, hunt and all types of things. I don’t … Continue reading Rainy day at Tucannon
Brackenberry square is located in the heart of downtown Lewiston Idaho, right off main street. The square isn’t large but it’s an important part of the downtown area. The square has a stage for live performances, picnic area and a Fountain. I always enjoy walking through and sitting down drinking my morning coffee and just enjoying the atmosphere. The square is walk in only and it connects the sidewalks of main street to … Continue reading Bracken berry Square Lewiston, ID
To start off with what is Coolworks? Coolworks is a website that offers simple entry level jobs with most of time including housing. These jobs can be in or around national parks or all over the country. Coolworks has a lot of options for jobs but most are simple entry level positions like cashier or front desk at a hotel, but every now and then there will be some unique … Continue reading My Coolworks story.
I visited Grant-Kohrs on my road trip to Washington from Georgia with my dad. As we go, we were trying to hit as many national park sites as we can. Grant-Kohrs was on the tail end of our road trip by then we already hit so big name like Badlands and the Gateway arch. Its snowed in Montana the night before, are whole trip was followed by the snow, understandably it was early November. We enjoyed the snow, being from the south … Continue reading Grant-Kohrs Ranch (11/13/19)