Every now and then there is a perfect moment. This one lasted for about 20 seconds. Join me and my finger.
Cool breeze, warm sun, October leaves. Come and check out the color change in action. It has already started turning the undergrowth and cottonwoods to gold. Watch as the aspens and river maple turn next starting in Mazama now and creeping towards Methow by the third week in October. Smell the leaf decay, ride your bike, drink a beer. Drink another beer.
Just another day in the Methow Valley. Exploring Wolf Creek frontage in Forest Service land. Some sunny beachy banks, some deep dunking holes, some dense Western Cedar groves, some echoing cliff canyons, some narrow vegetated channels. All here for you to discover, and eat a sandwich with someone you like. Or your dog. You always like your dog.
The North Cascades Highway is open, the sky is blue and the temperature is climbing into the high 60’s. Time to visit the Methow Valley again! You probably forgot how amazing it is. Give me a shout out if you will be in town.
1/2 Mile of creek frontage to explore in this private 27 acre community. The sound of water never gets less amazing.