Posted 2010-07-15 05:17:19 by Bryan Swan
As if someone flipped a switch, as soon as July hit summer seemingly did to here in the Pacific Northwest. While we were enjoying (or not) consistently mild, overcast and sometimes drizzly weather during most of June, the first week of July brought sunny skies and 90 degree heat. Snow in the mountains is still rather profuse thanks to the cool June, so the high country waterfalls will be flowing well for a while still, though this may delay the wildflowers a bit on the converse.
If its looked a bit quiet here recently, that's because it has been. I had little time to get out through June and I've added and updated the handful of falls I visited over the last month. The good news is over the next two months, I will be out in the mountains virtually non-stop. The bad news is you'll have to wait two months to see most of that content because I won't have time to deal with the updating, and when I do have time, I hope to be able to finish up the updated version of the World Waterfall Database so that project can finally expand as it needs to. Lots of stuff to look forward to this summer, so stay tuned!