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The pinnacles in the spring

By on May 30, 2018 in Outdoor Fun with 0 Comments

Peshastin Pinnacles from Stine Hill Road by photographer Dan Fitting

By Dan Fitting

The Wenatchee Valley is a wonderful place to live.

But I don’t need to tell you that. If you’re reading this magazine, you already appreciate that.

I have been blessed with the opportunity to travel to the Cook Islands, Hawaiian Islands, Mexico, Europe and a number of the Caribbean Islands. And while they are beautiful in many ways, I wouldn’t want to live any other place.

There are so many beautiful areas in the Wenatchee Valley that, (in the right season and day) can take your breath away.

Do you take it for granted, or stop looking for the many different types of scenery we are blessed with? Like now, the hills are a mossy green. The cherry blossoms and apple blossoms have come and gone in all their splendor. The mountains around us are beautiful, much to the effects of the great Missoula floods.

This is a photo of the Peshastin Pinnacles from Stine Hill Road near Cashmere. Got to love spring.

How many times have you driven past them and not even taken a look? Not even a glimpse?

Sorry, I need to gawk at them every time. They are very cool. Sticking up in the sky like the wind in the sails of a boat gliding across the sea. Is that called distracted driving? Guilty as charged.

To view more of Dan Fitting’s photos, visit Danfittingphotography.com.

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