To many visitors, Pratt Mountain, or simply “The Pratt” as it’s called by woodland hipsters, appears to be a giant heap of talus rising from the montane forest… …and it […]
THE HISTORY In 1898 copper bearing minerals were found perched in a narrow canyon not far from the now defunct settlement of Halford, WA. Eight years later in 1906, the […]
“Ice Cave? In the desert? wtf?” That’s what I thought when I saw a small adit symbol marked with the aforementioned moniker on my USGS map. “What kind of ice […]
There are a handful of places along the Washington State coast where petroleum naturally oozes from the ground. Not in grand tar pits, but in small seeps. Early in the […]
Join Harry Biped as he goes to look for a mine he saw on a map.
Avalanche watching with Harry Biped and special guest Nealbob
I’ve been up Mt.Teneriffe many times, with many people. It’s been a favorite of mine since I first trudged up it’s steep slopes, if not for the views and the […]