≠≠Iíve always loved the forests and the mountains. In fact, I have made them my life. First, as a naturalist and now through All Points Charters & Tours - my tour and charter company in the Olympic Peninsula, Washington.
A graduate of Washington Stateís Wildlife Range Management program, Iíve mapped our stateís coastline, worked as a county habitat biologist, and developed programs to protect the habitat of endangered wildlife in this state.
After relocating to Arizona in 1990, and founding Ajo Stage Line, I returned to Washington after more than a decade away. Since then, I spent decades learning about the natural history of our state and rambling through its forests, fields and streams.
All Points Charters & Tours offers offers small group tours focused on culture, history and natural history of the Olympic Peninsula and other regions of Washington. With my experience as a tour operator and intimate knowledge of the region, I assure you will have a memorable experience.
Below is just a small collection of photos of many of the beautiful mountains, fields and other scenery you encounter during one of my tours.
To learn more about my tours and to book one today, call (360) 460-7131 or email email@example.com.
|Southern Ute Museum staff on tour to Makah
Cultural Center and Cape Flattery
|Elk doing the two step
|Winter snows still cap the distant peaks in this
view from the Hurricane Ridge lodge.
|Sol Duc Hot Springs lies nestled between the
Olympic Peaks, inviting the weary to rest and
|New spring growth invites a deer herd to lunch
at Hurricane Ridge.
|A whale skeleton seems to leap across the
bows of relict dugout canoes at the Makah
Cultural Center in Neah Bay.
|A couple enjoys one of many views of the
rugged coastline at Cape Flattery. You could
be there too; just come with us on our Makah
Cultural Center and Cape Flattery Tour.
|Sky diver landing at Hogue Cellars,
Prosser, Washinton. One of a number of
adventurous wine enthusiasts participating
in our Dive into Wine sky diving tour.
Kelly Koon and Kathy Charlton are
congratulated on their bravery following their
Dive into Wine jump.