This is a few weeks late, but it's really cool so that'll make up for it. :) I was out in Washington and Oregon about a month ago for a business trip; I flew into Seattle and made my way out to Eastern Washington, down to Eastern Oregon, Portland and back up to Washington. Most of my trip was driving and meeting with customers, but I did get to throw in some "adventure" i.e me pushing a meeting back to run up to waterfalls and walk through the Oneonta Gorge. The customer would never know right? You don't get many chances to be a lot of these beautiful places, so take a break from work sometimes and just do it!
Unfortunately I was sick for the first 2/3 of the trip, so I only finally got to visit a CF gym in Portland, but being outdoors, walking around some incredibly beautiful areas of our country was a peaceful mental WOD that was much of what I needed. You'd also be amazed at how elevation changes things...
|Not my best look, but overlooking the Columbia River was priceless|
|the Oneonta Gorge in Oregon|
|Sunset over Eastern Washington|
|Snow Caps in 80 degree weather in Stephen's Pass|
|Cashmere, WA Desert Mountains|