Well, when all the planets and stars align, the local weatherfolk predict the truth. But the truth hurts. It's raining. We have the best outdoor intentions for this weekend but now we are considering alternative options, like museums we've never visited. Perhaps we drive to Tacoma and explore the The Washington State History Museum. There are two photographic exibits currently on display. Faces from the Land: A photographic Journey through Native America and The Art of Virna Haffer. The link to this information is broken and I am having little luck finding significant information on this Washington State photographer. As such, I'm more curious about her work. I do know that she created "photograms" and that she authored at least one book back in the late 60's.
If we get to the Tacoma area tomorrow morning and the weather looks improved, we might keep driving and head straight for the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in Olympia. And if the weather clears enough, we will try to camp at Millersylvania State Park, about 10 miles south of Olympia.