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#21. GeoCache, Mission Beach, in Memory of Chris Storlie

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GeoCache 21.  Mission Beach – Tulalip, Washington – N 47° 49′ 15″ W 120° 48′ 55″ – 1 Star, This Geocache is in Memory of Chris Storlie Hike or Walk to your destination, Medium Round Container. Leave something that reminds you of him 🙂 Ready, Set, Seek…   Mission Beach Views – Tulalip Washington   Sunny Days in the Pacific NorthWest […]

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#19. GeoCache, RattleSnake Ledge

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GeoCache 19.  RattleSnake Ledge – North Bend, Washington – N 47° 26′ 14″ W 121° 46′ 48″ – 2.5 Star, Hike to your destination, Small to Medium Round Container Ready, Set, Seek… RattleSnake Ledge Trail is a 4 mile heavily trafficked trail located near North Bend, WA. RattleSnake Lake   Help Us by Donating Today… Cheers  Thank You!!!  

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Eagle Lake & Mountain Junkie Photoshoot…


Mountain Junkie photoshoot was a success. Eagle & Stone Lake, Central Cascades — Stevens Pass – West PARKING PASS REQUIRED: NW Forest Pass Many of the recent  reports have been failed attempts to make it up to Eagle Lake. If you want to get there easy, look up the “Fisherman’s Trail”. The road is a little rough, […]

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Donate and help us… Next spring we will be riding our bicycles from Washington to the Florida Keys… YAY!

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We are doing this fundraiser for:     Help Us by Donating Today… CheersThank You!!!   “The Mountain Junkie Sea to Keys Road Bike Tour” Next spring we will be riding our bicycles from Washington to the Florida Keys… YAY! In 2011 we biked from Western, WA. to Idaho and loved every minute of it. […]

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The time has come… Ski to Sea is this weekend in Bellingham, Washington


The time has come. Another Ski to Sea is this weekend in Bellingham, Washington. Mountain Junkie will be there supporting local teams and giving away some freebies. The annual Ski to Sea Race from Mt. Baker to Bellingham Bay can be traced back to the Mt. Baker Marathon held from 1911 to 1913. The marathon […]

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Mountain Junkie -Sea to Spud – Road Bike Tour – Washington to Idaho


[wpdevart_like_box profile_id=”” connections=”6″ width=”300″ height=”550″ header=”0″ locale=”en_US”] Sea to Spud – Road Bike Tour – Washington to Idaho Starting our Journey from (425) & (360) … Endomondo Workout Summary Saturday October 1, 2011 Marysville to Skykomish DISTANCE 50.61 mi DURATION 5h:06m:31s AVG. SPEED 9.9 mph MAX. SPEED 32.4 mph CALORIES 1710 kcal MIN. ALTITUDE -26 ft MAX. ALTITUDE 951 ft  TOTAL ASCENT 2211 ft […]

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UrbanVixen – Character Athlete.


UrbanVixen – Character Athlete    UrbanVixen “AKA” Julie Norsby is a passionate snow enthusiast (ExtremeCarver / FreeRider) and adventurist from Washington State. Information: Athlete, Designer, Entrepreneur… Female 5.9″ Gear Favorites: SnowSuit – Roxy Bling OnePiece . Snowboard – K2 ElDorado 156, 2001. Boots – DC, Double Boa Mora. Bindings – Burton, Cap Strap Stilettos Gloves – DaKine. Mittens – Burton. Goggles – Dragon, Anon. Helmet – Bern. […]

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How Magnetic Therapy treatment improves your health…


  When you receive Ultra Long Wave Magnetic Therapy treatment, its waves will pass through your whole body, from head to toe. Here are its four main functions… 1) Produce Joules Heat When penetrating your muscle, bone and organs, these waves generate a secondary circular current to produce Joules Heat. This internal heat can effectively help to: […]

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What is Magnetic Ultra Long Wave…


Besides producing heat and light, the Sun also transmits some type of Magnetic Ultra Long Wave. After being shined by the Sun for billions of years, Earth is also able to emit Earth magnetic wave. Both of these magnetic waves are natural waves with extreme wave length of a few thousand times longer than ordinary […]

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Doug Coombs – No air or extreme terrain, just great form…

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If you ever wondered why Doug Coombs was once called the “world’s best skier,” then check out this photo on the wall in the entry of K2 Sports in Seattle. No air or extreme terrain, just great form… Doug Coombs (September 24, 1957 – April 3, 2006) was an American alpine skier and mountaineer who helped to pioneer the sport […]

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