Silver Falls
Remember that drop Tao Berman ran in Twitch 5 or something like that? Well, a couple of days ago I had the pleasure of watching in person Evan Garcia and Jared Seiler run this ridiculous stout. Here are some pictures I took of Silver Falls, which is on Ohanaposche River in Mt. Rainier National Forest.

Evan (above and below)

Jared (above and below)

During our trip in that neck of the woods, we also had the opportunity to paddle the Little White, Green Truss, Cispus, and Ohanaposche Rivers. Here are some pictures from the lower section of the Ohanaposche River.

Beautiful trees at the campground

Miguel Shields paddling in the crystal clear waters

The crew at the put-in

David Fusilli browning

Me Boooofing

Fusilli paddling .. waterfalls in the background...

We just explored an amazingly beautiful part of the country.
Now we are in Seattle, doing "office work."
Life could be worse.

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