In October we explored riverside towns & the rocky cliffs that surround the Columbia River shoreline. What we didn’t know while scrambling the rocky terrain in Oregon is that in a few short months we would wind up along the same river, this time by way of Washington.
Two hours east of Seattle, through Snoqualmie Pass, the clouds opened up and the mossy, pine filled mountains turned into beige, rocky cliffs as the glowy light warmed the air. Hannah & Braylon met us outside of a little town tucked away along the Columbia River, the same river we were at months ago near Portland. It’s different here, but feels familiar.
We ran through the sandy, rocky cliffs, and basked in the setting Washington sun. As the cool desert air moved in, our boots covered in dust and our cheeks sore from smiling, Hannah & Braylon poured out their infectious love.